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Hired spent $2 million to fix its wage gap

The pay gap is real, my friends. Hired, the career marketplace that produces studies about pay inequality, spent $2 million in 2016 to close its wage gap across gender, race and sexual identity. Since

Leap.ai looks to instantly match job-seekers with employers with just a few questions

Searching for a new job can be a daunting process — especially if you aren’t sure what you’re great at — and even finding the right companies and what jobs are out there is probably en

Black people in tech are still paid less than white people, according to Hired

Pay discrimination and discrepancies based on gender and race are nothing new. Unfortunately, it seems that little has changed over the years. In the tech industry, white people on average make $136,0

A quick look at the evolving software engineering jobs market

Hired, a recruiting platform that connects companies with tech talent, published a new report this week on the state of software engineering jobs that suggests contract workers can make more than ful

A new study shows a 60 percent drop in requests from US companies for foreign workers

According to new research just published by the data science team at Hired, a jobs marketplace for tech workers, Donald Trump's efforts to push an America-first philosophy is having a measurable imp

Crunch Report | 20 People Fired at Uber

Bozoma Saint John leaves Apple for Uber, 20 people get fired at Uber over sexual harassment, Amazon discounts Amazon Prime for the less fortunate and Pinterest passes a $12 billion valuation. All this

Hired, the recruiting platform, raises another $30 million

Hired, the platform that lets applicants vie for top tech jobs, has announced a $30 million extension to its Series C funding, bringing the total of that particular round to $70 million. The funding c

The history of innovation in recruitment technology and services

2016 is a watershed moment for the recruitment industry. LinkedIn and Monster are being acquired, and CareerBuilder is for sale -- three of the highest-profile tech companies in the space. Microsoft i

New study shows women in tech ask for less — and receive it

According to a new study published by the data science team at Hired, a jobs marketplace for tech workers, the average female candidate sets her expected salary at $14,000 less than men. Relatedly

How Engineering Salaries Across the U.S. Stack Up

Hired, the San Francisco-based employment platform, has produced a short new report about engineering salaries that examines how they stack up in the Bay Area versus the rest of the country after the

Hired, The Jobs Marketplace, Now Includes Freelance Workers

Hired, a jobs marketplace for “knowledge workers,” thinks it has struck on a new way to grow its business: by adding freelancers to it roster. It’s “not a big shift from our mission,” says M

Recruiting Startup Hired Has A New CEO

There's been a bit of a leadership shuffle at Hired: President Mehul Patel has been promoted to CEO, while the previous CEO, founder Matt Mickiewicz, has become chief product officer. Patel (who ha

London’s Tech Hiring Boom Attracts Hired, JobBox And Other Startups To The Fray

What is it with tech jobs in London (and, lately, the rest of the UK)? Well, ask a silly question, right? Because the city and the country is going through a tech boom right now and when that happens

Hired Now Helps Tech Companies Find Executives

Hired, a startup working to make recruiting more efficient, has expanded to include a category for VPs of engineering and chief technical officers (CTOs). Just months after raising its $15 million

Hired Raises $15M Series A At Valuation Around $60M

Hired, a startup aiming to make hiring employees and finding a job easier and more efficient, has raised a $15 million Series A led by Crosslink and Sierra Ventures with participation from SoftTech an

Hired.com Looks To Destroy Recruiting Invoices With New Subscription-Like Billing

Hired.com, which runs weekly auctions of developers for hire, is looking to challenge the way that traditional recruiting agencies charge their startup clients. Technical recruiting in the Valley is o