Are you asking yourself "should I change careers in my twenties. More and more people should volunteer to take up this training for a better country and planet, apart from making their career. While graduates with a degree in urban studies may be very confident of their ability, they have to be far less confident of there chances to win and retain elective offices that will allow them a decent living. Quite a few folks want assistance with HTML, image editing, and numerous other computer linked tasks.
There seems to be a lot of hiring for UX professionals, now, in the New York City area.
I was looking for an opprtunity much closer to home and this company was accomodating, since I do work full-time. But I was shocked, even though, in the past I had suspected that a few of the companies I had interviewed with had never hired a UX professional before. That was never really my concern, but this company, did not know very much about user experience.
I have recently been getting more employment traction than I have ever had before. I was wondering if you are experiencing the same? I am currently in the NYC area.
Is there any implications for this increase in hiring? I was just contacted by a recruiter for several mid-west opportunities at the same agency, willing to do a fly-in-fly-out contracting arragement. I am actively interviewing locally, but I do want to explore all avenues.
We're closing in on 300 pitches over at elegant.ly — and we simply do not have enough talent to match them up with companies. We need top tier designers, like you, to apply. The need is especially dire in San Francisco / Silicon Valley but we have pitches all over, including Austin, Boston, Los Angeles, Seattle, and even places like Barcelona, London, Brazil, Israel, etc.
Just to give you a quick heads up that Nokia has now launched a careers group on LinkedIn. Please search for Nokia: Global Careers. We are aiming to create a one stop community for news, discussion and live roles. So far the response has been amazing and we have had hundreds of requests to join in the last couple of days alone.
So if you're thinking about a new role or if you're looking to engage in the Nokia Career community then please come and join.
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