The spreadsheet of sunshine: Who's hiring (updated)

What's this? Open jobs? Why, yes. We're tracking companies that are hiring. Happy hunting, everyone.

The story I kicked off in late October, Tech layoffs: The scorecard , is a real bummer. On it, we're tracking the current layoffs in the tech economy. I hate the story, since each line on the sheet stands for real people who have lost jobs.

So I sent a query out to my Twitter followers: Send me good news. That led to this anti-layoff spreadsheet, the one tracking companies that are hiring. I present it here. The list is alphabetical, with most recent entries shaded. Happy hunting, everyone.

Want to add your open positions to this sheet? Fill out this form and then give me time to add your data to the live sheet on this page. I'd like to see this spreadsheet get bigger than the layoff scorecard.

Related reading: 14 things to do if you are laid off from a tech job.

See also: Crunchboard, Monster.com, Dice.com, etc.

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Rafe Needleman reviews mobile apps and products for fun, and picks startups apart when he gets bored. He has evaluated thousands of new companies, most of which have since gone out of business.

 

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