Which tech companies are hiring the brightest graduates?
CNET reports that tech giants such as Amazon, Facebook, Google and Apple are hiring graduates with the highest levels of engineering skills, as well as a keen interest in entrepreneurship and creative problem solving.
While graduates with a PhD in computer science or a related field are among the most sought-after, many others with bachelor’s degrees are also being tapped.
For example, the company of former IBM executive David DeBartolo is reportedly hiring graduates of the UK’s University of Sheffield to help manage its data centers and data centers in Europe.
The job postings on LinkedIn for the post show the company is looking for graduates with strong software development skills, software engineering skills and an interest in the world of technology.
According to LinkedIn, these are the best candidates for this role:This is an important job in a company that is looking to hire highly skilled engineers to manage its global data centers, where data is shared over the Internet, and to build its cloud computing platform, and the team that makes the platform, among other things.
It also comes at a time when some big tech companies have been laying off staff, as part of a global effort to cut costs and cut costs of operations.
The layoffs have also coincided with a rise in the number of tech companies announcing that they are slashing their workforce to stay profitable.