Clutch Talent, a boutique recruitment firm, was founded by Jovena Natal in the Flatiron District in 2012 to help connect startups with local tech workers. Job openings in New York’s technology industry outpaced those of all other sectors during the pandemic, according to a recent report from the Center for an Urban Future. The availabilities are driven not just by giant firms but also by local startups, which last year raised $16.2 billion from investors to fuel new hires. But even though hiring is up—and degree requirements have loosened—Natal says, entry-level jobs in the field might not be as easy to come by.
How has the local tech
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