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Deloitte and PwC Top This Indeed List of Companies Hiring Tech Workers

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The tech sector continues to lay off talent in droves (don’t worry, it doesn’t affect you) and Indeed has helpfully put together a list of companies looking for tech talent to assist the newly laid off in finding a new gig.

At the top of this list with the most jobs? Deloitte and PwC. Interestingly, Indeed lists the two firms as different industries.

1. Deloitte
Share of jobs*: 1,774

Industry: Management & Consulting

2. PwC
Share of jobs*: 702

Industry: Financial Services

Indeed explains the methodology thusly: Companies featured on this list have the highest share of new tech job postings, with over 100 jobs per million, posted between 11/18/22 – 12/2/22 in the US. ‘Share of new jobs’ refers to the number of new tech job postings per 1 million total new jobs posted on Indeed.

Deloitte came in first by a wide margin, the companies at the bottom half of the list have share of jobs numbers hovering around 100 or so. Third on the list is Accenture with 414, no other accounting firms appear among the 20 companies on the list though Booz Allen sits neatly at #10 with 188.

You can find links to each company’s Indeed job listings at the original post. If a single click is too much work for you, here is Deloitte and PwC. Recommending hitting those links to see each firm’s Work Happiness Score, see if you can guess which one this is:

Indeed stress score

20 Companies Hiring Now in Tech [Indeed]

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