Path.to, a web service that connects technology and certain creative workers to jobs that fit them well in select cities, is expanding its product to 13 new markets, starting today, and continuing over the next several weeks. Come the early days of September, all new locales will be live.
Path.to, launched as a competitor to LinkedIn, pivoted some time back to a service focusing on matching tech workers with tech jobs. Essentially, it looks further than a simple resume, gauging what sort of firm an individual would like to work for, and what type of work environment that they enjoy, slotting them with companies that fit their preferred mix.
Even if you need a C++ guru, if the one whose resume looks best hates the startup environment, he or she could be a terrible hire. Here’s the coming list of locations where Path.to is launching today, and shortly thereafter:
- Today: Seattle, Portland.
- August 14th: Austin, Dallas, and Houston.
- August 24th: Boulder, Denver, and Los Angeles.
- August 28th: Atlanta, Raleigh.
- September 4th: Philadelphia, Pittsburgh and Washington, D.C.
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