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#LsmNYC Team - NYCHired
#LsmNYC Team - NYCHired
#LsmNYC Team - NYCHired
#LsmNYC Team - NYCHired
#LsmNYC Team - NYCHired
#LsmNYC Team - NYCHired
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#LsmNYC Team - NYCHired

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Winner of the "Old Yeller" Award

Winner of the "Old Yeller" Award

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  • 1. A Quantum LeapHow CreateGreat.org became nycHired.com
  • 2. CreateGreat...not so Great
  • 3. (We did get one true believer)
  • 4. TEAMBUILDING
  • 5. NEW YORK HAS A PROBLEM
  • 6. Validating the Assumption Although the unemployment rate in the Big Apple remains over 9 percent — roughly double what’s considered healthy — the demand for programmers and engineers to work in the city’s burgeoning internet startup scene is stronger than it’s been in a decade. As the economy slowly pulls out of first gear, one sector that is clearly in fifth gear is IT. From Silicon Valley to Detroit to New York, a war for tech talent is now being played out as companies struggle to find – and hold on to – skilled engineers and developers.

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