Whether you are looking to find your dream job, or just a new temporary workspace, here are the top 10 employers that you should check out at the 2017 SXSW Job Market:
The largest e-store in the world, Amazon is on the verge of expansion in the digital age and will be seeking more helping hands to ensure a better online shopping experience and a timely arrival of online splurges. According to the job listing, they will be seeking software development engineers at SXSW.
The technology giant will make a stop at SXSW this year to woo new computer nerds. The company has been listed by Forbes as one of the nation’s happiest companies because of their worker-friendly offices that look more like entertainment centers than workplaces.
Austin Police Department
If you are looking to keep Austinites safe and sound, the Austin Police Department will be hosting a recruitment booth.
Central Intelligence Agency
The CIA will be speaking with potential employment candidates at the Job Market. However, the specific positions currently remain classified and have not been listed yet.
Better known as NBC Universal, the media giant will have a variety of job openings that they will be looking to fill. According to the SXSW job listing, they are looking for candidates to fill gaps in the information technology field, with openings such as Product Manager, UI/UX Developers and Full Stack Developers. Whether you are interested in being on screen or behind the scenes, this booth could open doors.
Dell will be on the search for candidates willing to fill technology-oriented jobs. With a large campus nearby, they are sure to be hungry for new techy talent, which could represent a significant opportunity for those with tech skills.
One of the most prominent radio companies in the nation, iHeart Media will scout for new job candidates at their booth during SXSW. According to its description on the SXSW Job Market site, this radio giant has the greatest reach in the nation. For radio-television-film students or anyone interested in becoming involved with radio and TV, this company would be worth spending Job Market time at.
HP will provide plenty of technology related opportunities for SXSW-goers with the tech bug. Although specific jobs are not listed, the company traditionally focuses on producing technology related products, so for those with computer engineering skills it may be worth stopping by this booth.
Not only does this company produce self-care products, but they will be caring for those who need jobs during SXSW. Their full time job listings include opportunities in fields from Information Technology, Marketing and PR and Research and Development. Regardless of your area of preference or level of make-up expertise, stop by this booth to see if one of their various jobs could be the right fit for you.
Saatchi & Saatchi LA
If you’ve got a gift for gab, stop by the booth for Saatchi and Saatchi, advertising agency. With a big name in the industry and a lengthy client list, this company would be one you might consider speaking with should you be interested in the area of advertising, marketing and PR.