How AngularJobs.com made >150,000 Angular connections

Sharing technical material is the best way to attract top developers. They are constantly learning. Top developers often don’t even have the 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 Angular 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 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 independent polling also shows that most angular developers found their last job opportunity through a friend.

What have we learned? Strong social networks enable a company to generate more referrals. Being the first to provide resources about bleeding-edge tech, like Angular, gives us a social network foothold that can amplify candidate applicants through referrals.

Email newsletters can be a 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 we share on social media will also be delivered in newsletter format.

Why are email newsletters so important? Consider the fact 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 helping them build their skills. And, that helping can be as simple as grabbing the 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 you are trying to hire? I will give my feedback on ideas in the comments.

3 Hacks for Sourcing Modern JavaScript Talent

Qualified talent is difficult to find. Finding programmers with knowledge of specific tools can be even more difficult.

BREAKING: Hackers Dropped the JavaScript Resume Floodgates

This is a new development in 2017. A massive part of the AngularJobs.com resume database has been exposed. Top employers are carefully combing through the data.

Hack #1: Find Local Angular Developers

I grabbed some top location searches to make things easier.

Location not listed above? Start searching for candidates here.

Hack #2: Skill-Based Candidate Searches

Keyword searching is already available. This feature accesses data that is still slowly becoming available in 2017. We hope to see a lot more from the keyword searches in the near future.

Yes! I found someone, but, what do I say to the candidate?

HR professionals know that a warm introduction can make all the difference. Don’t ask a stranger to make a life change purely for your business.

AngularJobs.com provides a platform of trust. Want developers to receive your message from a trusted connection? Developers respond because they trust AngularJobs.com.

Hack #3: Contact Any Candidate

Do you already know what you want to say? I recommend mentioning the specific reason you are contacting them. Is it because they are local to you?

Find & click the Contact button.

Here you can enter your message if you are already logged in.

Click submit, and AngularJobs.com delivers the message. Voila!

 

Interview Questions for Angular Developers

Meet Jobsi, the latest addition to the AngularJobs.com interview team. Jobsi is aiming to become the best in the universe at interviewing Angular Developers.

There are already over 2,500 developers in our network from the United States alone.

Our mission, along with Jobsi, is to interview every Angular Developer. Thanks to the latest advances in Artificial Intelligence / Machine Learning, we believe this is possible!

How is Jobsi different than my LinkedIn profile?

Jobsi is a real interviewer (more on that later). LinkedIn is a substitute for the traditional resume. The traditional resume has simply never been good enough for us. We want Jobsi to interview you without first reading a resume. Like any quality discussion, at the end of the interview, both parties should walk away feeling like they gained something.

Yes, Jobsi is a real human interviewer, kind of…

No, I’m not trying to spark an ethical debate. At this time, Jobsi is known as a human-in-the-middle A.I. Yes, we leverage the latest tools AI & ML tools available, but, the human element is necessary to help Jobsi learn, for now…

So, what can we expect?

We believe there will be a paradigm shift in how highly skilled workers are employed. Jobsi will have the uncanny ability to source opportunities. Employers will recognize untapped synergy within teams. Developers will benefit from specific, personalized career advice.

Where can you sign up?

Most people can’t, for now. We do, however, have an exclusive opportunity for Angular Developers. Participate in a preliminary interview with Jobsi. Start here.

📣 Best of 2016 🏆 This Year’s Top Angular Content 💎 – Angular Jobs Weekly

Top Angular Content in 2016 🏆

We brought together multiple sources to help create this year’s top 10 list. Every tweet was carefully reviewed plus JSNews.io generously provided their traffic data.

See the results here

This Week’s Top Angular Employers🚀

Sr. Software Engineer – UI/UX in Seattle, WA

Vulcan

Our team is small but growing rapidly, which provides an excellent opportunity for an ambitious engineer to make a huge impact and grow their career. We are looking for a candidate who is interested in developing cutting edge solutions utilizing the > Apply Now

Angular Developer in San Jose, CA in San Jose, CA

Capgemini

We are seeking a developer with 5+ years total experience and at least one year of Angular/Node experience. With more than 180,000 people in over 40 countries, Capgemini is a global leader in consulting, technology and outsourcing services. The Grou > Apply Now

JavaScript Software Developer in Fairport, NY in Fairport, NY

Sharp Notions

If we had to describe ourselves in one word, we probably couldn’t choose. We’re a lot of things. We’re a software development and marketing design firm. We’re a bunch of tech-savvy creators hungry for what comes next. We’re in love with wh > Apply Now

Frontend Developer in Minneapolis, MN

Object Partners

Job Description Why consider OPI, and why do people dig working here? Variety of consulting; new technologies, projects, and people on a regular basis. Stability; we’ve been around since 1996 and have a diverse mix of clients and tec > Apply Now

Angular JavaScript Application Developer in Cincinnati, Ohio

Cardinal Solutions

Cardinal Solutions is seeking a JavaScript Application Developer to join our Cincinnati team! This is a full-time position with competitive benefits package and NO mandatory travel. Come to Cardinal to build cutting-edge, world class solutions! Angul > Apply Now

Front End UI / AngularJS  Developer in New York City, NY

Capgemini

With more than 180,000 people in over 40 countries, Capgemini is a global leader in consulting, technology and outsourcing services. The Group reported 2015 global revenues of EUR 11.9 billion. Together with its clients, Capgemini creates and deliver > Apply Now

Now in Over 60 Countries 🌎

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Top 50 New JobBoards


New in the U.S.

Last week we brought over twenty cities new Angular Jobs. The response has been amazing. We are thrilled to assist so many careers!

Since then we have been hard at work trying to geographically improve hiring, one location and niche at a time.

At this time I’m excited to share that half of the U.S. states now have additional resources to help acquire top tech talent. These pilot resources will serve as a testing ground improve the job market one technology niche at a time.

International News

I’m also excited to announce a new JobBoard for Angular Developers in London! Be the first to check it out and apply for job at AngularJobs.com London.

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Special Announcement: New AngularJS JobBoards

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…

We have created a better job board with more jobs!

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!

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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.

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Remote

Only interested in remote jobs? Visit AngularJobs Remote!

United States

Due to demand, the original AngularJobs is now specifically for U.S. jobs.

Europe

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.

India

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.

Australia

Thanks for your patience! Checkout AngularJobs Australia, mate!

Brazil

AngularJobs Brazil is was made for our largest audience in South America. Job post prices have also been adjusted to better match local economics.

Canada

Looking for AngularJobs in Canada, eh?

Recruiters & Hiring Managers

We want you to experience AngularJobs because we know our qualified applicants will keep you coming back!

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3 Hiring Insights from Angular 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 for you 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 on 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 highly in 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 alert email list work so well.

Find 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 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, such as news websites, to place jobs in front of developers that might refer your next Angular Champion.

The rest of the poll results can be found here.