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The State of Tech Hiring in Seattle — Labor Day State of Play and...

“Seattle is attracting top tech talent from around the country yet demand for professionals with technology skills is outweighing supply on a large scale,”...

Last Minute Summer Getaways: P.S. Don’t Miss the Point!

Overlooking one of the most scenic, 360°, sweeping views in all of Puget Sound, stands the official home of the U.S. Lighthouse Society ...

Girls Who Code STEMMING the Tide

According to the National Center for Women and Information Technology, only 26 percent of professional computing jobs were held by women in 2017. As part...

Meet the New, Data-Driven Seattle Police Chief, Carmen Best

Interim Police Chief Carmen Best , a 26-year veteran of the force and former officer, public information officer, patrol supervisor and deputy chief, has...

Dustin Grosse Named Nintex CMSO

A world leader in intelligent process automation (IPA) with more than 7,500 enterprise clients and an extensive global partner network across 90 countries, Nintex automates,...

User Experience (UX) Manager, Avvo

Avvo is changing what it means for consumers to find professional legal help. Every year millions of people seek professional legal assistance and Avvo...

Digital Production Designer, Tommy Bahama

LIVE THE ISLAND LIFE Tommy Bahama is more than just an island inspired brand, it’s a lifestyle! Live the Island Life as an ambassador of...

Senior Content Experience Manager, Microsoft

The Office Modern Assistance Experience team is looking for a Senior Content Experience Manager to help define and drive the vision for Office help,...

“Silicon Lake” Wars: Google Adds Another City Block to Eastlake Footprint

Amazon may have its Spheres with over 40,000 plant species sprouting like vines, but in the concrete jungle of office space surrounding the Seattle24x7-coined...

Democracy Wants YOU for GOTV

In 1917 J. M. Flagg designed the iconic Uncle Sam poster used to recruit soldiers for both World War I and World War II. It ardently...