Nashville Launching Grand Ole Effort for IT Employees

Bicentennial_MallYou’ve seen it from Austin to Detroit to even Yukon. The latest locale to campaign for talent is Nashville.

Local businesses, along with some area governments like the City of Nashville, are particularly honing in on IT talent in their push for people to move to Tennessee.

They’ve put together an impressive 40-page PDF describing Nashville as far more than just one big Ole Opry, but rather a low-cost-of-living, low-tax, fun, diverse, community-service filled town. And it’s a town looking for analysts and .Net, SQL, and Java developers.

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The campaign also includes a new website, with a prominent job search on the home page. There’s also a Google Plus group, LinkedIn group, Facebook page, and Twitter feed.


4 Comments on “Nashville Launching Grand Ole Effort for IT Employees

  1. Thank you for the post Todd. We would be gladly willing to host a virtual campaign and perhaps we could dedicate the month of March on Madgigs and feature Nashville as a destination for great Tech talent. Who would I need to call?

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