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NYC Startups Need Engineers. This Company Aims to Deliver Them

Another company launches in Manhattan solely to facilitate the hiring of programmers. According to research from Hired.com, there are more than 5,000 unfilled tech jobs--iOS developers, front-end programmers, and assorted roles in data-processing and programming--in New York City. Wednesday, the company is officially launching in Manhattan to help fill those needs. Hired.
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