Startups in the heartland are seeing something they never have before: résumés from Silicon Valley employees
Startups around the country are finding Bay Area workers more open than ever to living and working outside tech’s largest hubs.
Nov. 22, 2020 9:00 am ETTech companies in smaller cities are starting to see an uptick in applications from candidates living in San Francisco and New York—areas that have long had a grip on tech talent.Deepinder Singh, founder of a Bloomington, Minn.-based startup, had never bothered trying to recruit Silicon Valley tech workers. They were too expensive and didn’t want to move. In seven years, he had never gotten an applicant from a large tech company.
Trump plans to pardon former aide Michael Flynn: source
U.S. President Donald Trump has told allies he plans to pardon his former national security adviser Michael Flynn, who had pleaded guilty to lying to the FBI during an investigation into Russian meddling in the 2016 presidential election, a source familiar with the situation...
For the first time in history, all the swing states Trump was winning in a historic landslide STOPPED COUNTING VOTES! Then, in the middle of the night - they magically found millions of 100% Biden votes. No way in hell 75 million patriots are ever going to accept this bullshit! You want to start an economic revolution. The infrastructure program to prioritize is to create high speed broadband coverage nation wide. 🎯
One of the allures of Sili Valley is the fact that you can literally walk out of your job and across the street to find 4 other companies looking for talent. Going to be hard to recreate that environment in Omaha. LOL!!! What would this be? Now they will destroy other states It will be interesting to see the political ramifications of the Californian diaspora.
Um. Because they're leaving Silicon Valley?