4 Questions Hiring Managers Are Asking Mobile Developers

Savvy businesses know to go where the customers are, and increasingly, those customers are spending time on mobile. In 2018, Statista projects there will be 236 million smartphone owners in the U.S., a population that will grow to 257 million by the end of the decade. Those with smartphones, tablets, and other mobile devices are downloading apps at a rapid rate. App downloads, which totalled upwards of 90 billion last year, increased by 15% from 2015 to 2016, and the time users spent on them grew by 25%.

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Tips for Jumpstarting Your Career As a Product Manager

If you’re interested in starting a career in product management, know this right off the bat: you won’t have just one job description, you’ll have many. The multifaceted and hands-on position will require that you manage diverse areas of product creation in order to meet the needs of the team.

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London Companies Hiring Developers Right Now

There are plenty of reasons a person might want to live in London. Whether you’re obsessed with British history and architecture, dream of weekend jaunts to Paris, or just love a good pub, London has something for everybody. And if you code for a living, you’re in luck, because there are plenty of London companies hiring developers now.

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Ready to Begin Your Career As A Freelance Developer? 3 Tips For Getting Started

There has never been a more promising and profitable time to be a developer. The Bureau of Labor Statistics projects employment of software developers will grow an impressive 17% by 2024. Compare that with a 7% average growth rate across all occupations (and consider that the $102,280 median wage among developers nearly triples the median for all occupations), and it’s clear skilled coders are in increasingly high demand.

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Companies Hiring Remote Developers Right Now

Remote work is all over the news right now. IBM’s pulling a Yahoo and forcing all their remote employees to plant themselves in offices or find new jobs. Apple is building a massive 5 billion dollar campus in Silicon Valley, and some are calling it a tone deaf mistake—talent wants flexibility, not a campus they never have to leave. The fact that this vast new campus has everything under the sun except a daycare doesn’t help.

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