The technology sector has cooled off, with certain markets like fintech seeing a lot less action now than last year.
And yet as events like the recent Tech Talent Canada Job Fair show, many companies are still consciously expanding their teams even in the face of looming downturn.
Below we highlight just five of the myriad Canadian organizations bravely bolstering their brands in 2022 with fresh talent.
Montreal-based Trolley’s vision is to unlock the collective economic opportunity of the internet for everyone by building a truly global payouts ecosystem. A payouts solution of choice for hundreds of businesses, Trolley has made payouts to over 1.1 million different musicians, artists, makers, vendors, and suppliers around the world.
In 2006, Acurve began with a belief that there was a better way to deliver professional services in the technology industry. Born in Calgary, the company boasts offices in Halifax, Vancouver, and Houston in the US.
Toronto’s Thomson Reuters, an employer dedicated to improving workplace flexibility and wellbeing for staff, is a leading provider of news and information-based tools to professionals around the world.
The longstanding Canadian anchor is actively hiring for several positions such as cloud engineer and AWS architect.
BC Public Service
The BC Public Service is an award-winning employer and offers competitive benefits and exciting career development opportunities.
Founded in 2014, Toronto-based Connected is not a dev shop or a design agency or a strategic consultancy; rather the company operates as a “uniquely integrated product development firm.” The firm is both industry- and technology-agnostic, and is “privileged to work on a wide range of products with a number of globally recognized brands.”
Connected has opportunities in software engineering, product design, and more.