Tech hiring starts with you.

TechHire is a platform for talented individuals pursuing a career in technology against all odds.

Advance your career in technology with TechHire!

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TechHire is committed to your success. Here are the ways:

CHALLENGE YOURSELF
  • Challenge yourself in 3 tracks (Software Engineer, IT Support Specialist, QA Analyst) to see if you have the skills to do the job.
  • Retake the challenge until you pass. Your score is not shared with employers or used to rank you among other users.
  • Show off your achievements and skills on your profile.
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GET FEEDBACK EVERY STEP OF THE WAY
  • Score reports from the challenges help you to identify areas for improvement.
  • Volunteer hiring managers and recruiters provide in-person feedback during your mock interviews.
  • TechHire reviews your profile before it's seen by employers.
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BE SEEN BY TECHHIRE EMPLOYERS
  • TechHire employers commit to consider candidates who have successfully completed a track.
  • Connect with employers that email you about job opportunities.
  • Employers search for you (unlike traditional job boards).
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Check out some people like you who have already started their career in tech through TechHire:

Matthew Connors
Rhode Island
“I essentially doubled my salary in less than a year. While still in its infancy, the opportunities for tech jobs in RI are constantly growing.”
Sally MacNicholas
Colorado
“I liked the fact as a software developer I could work in a role that provided enough flexibility to have a family and a career.”
Giancarlo Martinez
New York City
“Having no college degree or professional experience, I don't think I would have gotten looked at twice. But before I knew it, I was sitting in the 46th floor of the World Trade Center with a $70k salary.”