The Emerald City is the perfect place to seek work if you are a ‘dynamic, action-oriented team player’ ready for a ‘paradigm shift.’
Four Seattle-area employers plan to lay off a total of 402 people starting this month and in March, according to notifications filed with the state under the federal WARN Act.
Seattle is a growing tech hub with a deepening talent shortage. As startups and big tech companies continue to populate the market, they face a dwindling pool of prospective hires. And with many Bay Area giants expanding into the Puget Sound region, recruiting tech talent may become an even bigger challenge.