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$100k to talk tacos + 25 colleges whose grads get paid

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First Job After College

Jr. Infrastructure Software Engineer (Braintree)

Moving money from one location to another is a tricky business, which is why Braintree – a member of the PayPal and Venmo family – needs a brainy Jr. Infrastructure Software Engineer to join them immediately.

How can you cash in on this opportunity? Well, your background should be seeded with language skills like Python, Java, Ruby, Golang, and/or shell scripting. Being familiar with Unix and/or Linux is a plus too.

But, most importantly, you’ll grow here if you think analytically, can partner with product engineering teams, and you are – or you’re eager to become – an active member of the open source community.

Internship of the Week

Market Intelligence Intern (1010data)

Want to research and analyze competitive landscapes and technology markets while pursuing your MBA? Consider 1010data’s Market Intelligence Internship.

You’ll be tasked with researching data technology analytics competitors in the retail/CPG and finance industries, so if you have contacts and experience here, highlight this when applying.

A strong communicator, you must be able to present your well-investigated findings through decks, graphs, and emails – so be sure to pitch your proficiency with Excel and PowerPoint (or similar).

In the News

AI rapping > T.I. rapping 

What will AI accomplish next? If you said “rapping,” you’d be right. This PC Gaming article highlights what happens when an employee hackathon tackles traditional voice command.

25 colleges where alumni get paid

If long-term financial success plays a role in which undergrad or graduate school to attend, Newsweek says the alumni of these 25 private colleges get paid the most…

The Taco Report

Does the title Director of Taco Relations sound like something you’d like to season your resume with? If you’re looking to make $100,000 in four months, you might be a fit for this opportunity at McCormick.

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