Career Advice

New Free eBook: How to Be a No-Brainer Tech Hire

Josh Hirshfeld / 7 February 2017

Getting a job in tech can be rewarding, fulfilling, and even life-changing – but the process isn’t easy. Sitting back and waiting for a job offer to appear isn’t an option in today’s tech landscape. With a proven 98.5% success rate of helping our students get jobs in tech, we’ve learned a thing or two about what it takes to get hired. Today, we’re bringing together all our best practices and advice to make your job search more effective with the release of our new eBook: How to Be a No-Brainer Tech Hire: Job Search Advice from the Experts at Flatiron School.  

In this eBook, you’ll learn:

  • How to grow and leverage your network
  • The exact tactics used by Flatiron students to get hired
  • How to make the most of an interview (even if you bomb it!)
  • And much more!

Tips you can trust

While a lot of our success can be attributed to our passionate and capable students, who learn the technical material, take our advice to heart, and hustle on their own, we’ve also developed a keen understanding of what it takes to get hired in tech – both on our end and what our students are empowered to do on theirs. It works: Every single student who has followed our guidance and fully committed to the process has been hired. Today, our alumni thrive at companies like Google, Apple, Facebook, The New York Times, and NASA, to name just a few.

Now we’re excited to share the best practices that have helped those students launch their careers with a larger audience. In this book, you’ll find the full details of our proven “Career Services Commitment” plus additional job hunt wisdom that our Career Services team has picked up from working with students and hiring partners alike. Follow these tips diligently and you’ll become – to use our favorite term for students who commit themselves fully to this process – a no-brainer tech hire.

Ready to take your job search to the next level? Download the eBook below:


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