June has been a big month here at Jobbio, and we have launched multiple new partners onto our Amply network. We’re delighted – and it also means that this expands the reach of top career opportunities to many more relevant, engaged audiences.
We’ve also been busy publishing premium content across the network. This week, we’re examining Fintech companies hiring across Europe, looking at companies with good LGBTQ+ friendly policies and taking a look at the Phoenix tech scene.
There is plenty more where that came from, so to find out how we can help you with tailored career and jobs content or to explore partnering with us, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
5 Fintech companies looking to hire in Europe right now
Rising inflation, COVID-19, the war in Ukraine and interest rate hikes are not the best indicators of a healthy global economy, says contributor Jillian Godsil on Euronews, but one sector that has come through relatively unscathed is Fintech.
She takes a look at the sector and finds that technologies such as artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning have radicalised banking and financial payments and are creating new startups that are competing with traditional finance.
This doesn’t mean that traditional finance is being left behind: far from it, as existing banks with deep pockets are leveraging their resources and knowledge to compete head-on. Discover who some of them are, and the kinds of roles on offer.
Bank on it: joboffers.euronews.com/
5 LGBTQ+ friendly companies which are hiring now
Pride month rounds out in London this weekend where Pride in London 2022 takes place on Sunday 2nd July. Topping a list of global Pride celebrations this year, it’s the UK’s biggest, most diverse Pride and as it celebrates 50 years, it will attract around 1.5m people into the city.
But it’s not all sunshine, writes Jobbio’s Senior Content Manager, Kirstie McDermott, who points out on The London Economic that Pride is hugely important not only as a celebration of the LGTBQ+ community, but it is key to remember that its origins were as a protest and a show of solidarity. With that in mind, she takes a look at five companies with good LGBTQ+ policies.
Over the rainbow: jobs.thelondoneconomic.com
A guide to working in the Phoenix tech scene
The latest instalment in our city guide series for Information Age, this week we’re taking a look at the tech hub that is Phoenix, Arizona. Our contributor Pippa Hardy discovers that nearly 20% of Arizona’s workforce is concentrated on technology. Plus, technology companies contribute approximately $25bn to the state.
Huge multinational corporations such as Deloitte, TikTok, Amazon, Intel and American Airlines have bases in the city and environs, as well as many innovative and exciting startups. Companies of all shapes and sizes can take advantage of the skilled workforce and desirable tax structure here.
Make a move: information-age.com/jobs
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