LinkedIn Top Startups 2019: The 25 hottest Canadian companies to work for now

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The 2019 LinkedIn Top Startups list reveals the 25 hottest companies where Canadians want to work now. With the 2nd annual Top Startups ranking, we uncover the breakout companies commanding professionals' attention today: the ones that are growing massively, scrambling industries, shifting talent flows around the world and, often, altering how we work and live. Our editors and data scientists parsed billions of actions generated by LinkedIn's 645 million members -- and looked at four pillars in particular: employee growth; jobseeker interest; member engagement with the company and its employees; and how well these startups pulled talent from our flagship LinkedIn Top Companies list. To be eligible, companies must be 7 years old or younger, have at least 50 employees, be privately held and headquartered in Canada. Looking to land a job at one of these fast-growing companies?


LinkedIn Top Startups 2019: The 25 hottest UK companies to work for now

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The 2019 LinkedIn Top Startups list reveals the 25 hottest companies where UK professionals want to work now. With the 3rd annual Top Startups ranking, we uncover the young companies commanding professionals' attention today: the ones that are growing massively, scrambling industries, shifting talent flows around the world and, often, altering how we work and live. Our editors and data scientists parsed billions of actions generated by LinkedIn's 645 million members – and looked at four pillars in particular: employee growth; jobseeker interest; member engagement with the company and its employees; and how well these startups pulled talent from our flagship LinkedIn Top Companies list. To be eligible, companies must be 7 years old or younger, have at least 50 employees, be privately held and headquartered in the UK. Looking to land a job at one of these fast-growing companies?


LinkedIn hails these startups as the best, most sought after in 2019

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A growing number of startups are producing meat in a lab, sparing animals from slaughter. They want to bring cell-based beef, poultry, pork and fish to your plate. But they face scrutiny from consumers, regulators and food-safety advocates. If you're going to apply for a job at a startup, why not start with the best? The unique experience of working with a small, specialized team means you could have greater responsibilities and more opportunities to shine.


10 hot startups targeting today's key IT initiatives

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Enterprise startups have always played a crucial role in IT portfolios. As much as CIOs would love to centralize technology purchasing decisions with a handful of strategic partners, incumbents can't always meet all of their needs, especially when it comes to emerging technologies.


How artificial intelligence is reshaping recruitment, and what it means for the future of jobs

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Anuj Agrawal, 35, has dabbled in the recruitment industry since 2005. With 100 employees and two offices in Noida and Bengaluru, his firm Zyoin offers recruitment and consultancy services to over 300 companies, including Amazon, Goibibo, Play Games and PayU. But there were some constant niggles. With no universal template around which resumes are written and structured, mining and matching thousands with job positions was a huge task. Available parsing technologies were basic and didn't sort and match well. Also, the resumes in their database would often get dated. Last year, Agrawal got a cold email from Anand Kumar, founder of Bengaluru-based Skillate, an artificial intelligence (AI)-based recruitment solution platform that helps companies read and match resumes.