Sharing technical material is the best way to attract top developers. They are constantly learning. Top developers often don’t even have time to search for jobs because they are too busy!
Stack Overflow and Github know that providing developers with constant value builds trust and makes hiring easier. Our team of AngularJS agents curate the latest trending news to leverage this idea. That simple act of curating is how we grew our audience to 12,992 Job Board Subscribers, 65,811 Linkedin Group Members, 59,929 News & 15,483 Jobs Twitter Followers.
What’s really amazing is that 13.7% of our U.S. developers have worked at a top technology company! What an audience…
Did you know that Google values referrals more than any other method of hiring? Our own independent polling also shows that most angular developers found their last job opportunity through a friend.
What have we learned? Strong social networks enable more referrals. Being the first to provide resources about bleeding-edge tech, like AngularJS, gives us a social network foothold can amplify candidate applicants through referrals.
Email newsletters can be top source of highly qualified talent, if you know where to look. Newsletters can actually be thought of as another social network. That’s how we use them. Each valuable resource that we share on social media will also be delivered sent in newsletters.
Why are email newsletter so important? Consider that most professionals check their email more often than their Twitter feed. There are also more opportunities to add value when you aren’t limited to 140 characters.
So, what’s the moral of the story? Hiring top developers is a lot easier when you are helping them build their skills. And, that helping can be as simple as grabbing latest news and throwing it into a newsletter!
Bringing together the fragmented community by curating industry news & jobs is how AngularJobs contributes to the AngularJS community. How can you better serve the talent that you are trying to hire? I will give my feedback on ideas in the comments.
Now, let’s get to our exciting announcement:
To better serve the 25,000 developers that have asked us to send them AngularJS resources, the 65,000 members of our Angular Developers LinkedIn group, the over 70,000 Angular Twitter followers and millions of website viewers…
Not having enough jobs has always been our biggest complaint from developers 🙁
We are now working with more partners to bring you a nearly infinite list of AngularJS jobs!
Want to find Angular Jobs that are a perfect cultural and impact match for your personality?
Try the new search feature located on each job board to instantly search jobs.
Only interested in remote jobs? Visit AngularJobs Remote!
Due to demand, the original AngularJobs is now specifically for U.S. jobs.
We’re still trying to wrap our heads around the brexit, too. For now, let’s all get along on the brand new AngularJobs Europe.
AngularJobs India has been a long time coming! Thanks to everyone who has been so patient. Employers in India may be especially excited to hear that we have negotiated special pricing that is more in line with local economics.
Thanks for your patience! Checkout AngularJobs Australia, mate!
AngularJobs Brazil is was made for our largest audience in South America. Job post prices have also been adjusted to better match local economics.
Looking for AngularJobs in Canada, eh?
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We want you to experience AngularJobs because we know our qualified applicants will keep you coming back!
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We have always co-existed with smaller AngularJS job boards, but, now there is a particularly shady job board making false claims. Let me nip this is the bud real quick:
AngularJobs.com is the only “Angular Jobs” that is associated with legitimate groups of AngularJS developers.
We asked AngularJS developers:
- Where did you find your last job?
- How much time do you spend searching for competitive job opportunities?
- Is a better culture enough to leave your team to join a new company?
After asking thousands of Angular Developers these questions we have insights and polls to share.
Here are the results!
Most Angular Developers would leave their current employer for a better culture.
Large companies, such as The Muse, are capitalizing on this trend. They employ a team of writers that create content for their clients centered around the culture.
Companies with an amazing culture, like Netflix, have positioned themselves in a way that keeps hiring pipelines bursting at the seams.
All poll results for this questions can be found here.
Most Angular Developers spend under one hour per month job searching.
It’s no secret that software engineers are in high demand. That’s why you can’t find them investing in profiles on multinational career sites.
However, mediums like email and Twitter fit into existing developer workflows. We believe this is why @angularjobs and the job alerts email list work so well.
Find all of the poll results for this questions here.
Most Angular Developers found their last job through a friend.
Referrals are Google’s #1 resource to generate successful hires.
“But, developers spend virtually zero time looking for jobs, so, how will someone see my job in order to refer their friend?” Because of referrals, even if an employer only gets their job opportunity in front of a single developer, they are actually getting the job in front of a network of developers.
To tap into this network you must look at industry resources, like news websites, to place jobs in front of developers that just might refer your next Angular Champion.
The rest of the poll results can be found here.
AngularJobs is the first name that pops into top acquistion consultant heads when they spot “AngularJS” in a job requirement.
The internet is created by millions of developers using incompatible mess of technologies. Tech hiring is even messier! So why AngularJobs?
Recruiters have spammed LinkedIn into oblivion. The most reputable tech companies are in hot water over colluding to keep salaries down. We need to clean-up tech hiring!
There needs to be a place to find qualified engineers on demand. Using the technology required for the job. To simply get top AngularJS resumes. Finding qualified candidates doesn’t need to be hard.
Organizing talent resources specifically for AngularJS is how we can do our part to clean up this mess.
What makes us different than LinkedIn or Stack Overflow is the AngularJS passion that lives in the veins of each member in our audience.
We have niche expertise and proprietary technology that makes us the best in business for AngularJS hiring.
We know that expectations of developer employees are unparalleled when compared to any other workforce of a comparable size. Even junior developers are forced to make decisions that can be mission critical. Managers simply expect the developers to be caught up on the latest relevant literature that goes into these decisions.
Finding someone that is actually passionate about the required technology is the best way to ensure important learning is being done in between tight schedules.
Our mission brings both developers and employers together to be the #1 in AngularJS hiring.
Top developers are known for their depth of knowledge in specific technological paradigms. Why aren’t more talent acquisition companies doing the same?
In the future, more of these companies will take a deep interest in the talent they represent, like AngularJobs does for AngularJS developers.
The future of technical recruiting will see more companies that are specialists in a niche technology. Like developers, these recruiting companies will be tasked with keeping up with the ever changing technology.
Companies that secure a foothold in the technology niche early will likely become strong incumbents.
Niche talent acquisition companies are good for the ecosystem. There is a positive feedback loop when these companies invest in resources for the niche developers.
Trust is built when you assist someone with their career. Sponsoring educational content creates new niche talent. Helping people become more invested in the technology extends how long it will remain relevant.