Podcast: Marketplace Tech


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Hosted by Molly Wood, “Marketplace Tech” demystifies the digital economy. The daily show uncovers how tech influences our lives in unexpected ways and provides context for listeners who care about the impact of tech, business and the digital world.

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Sushmitha
Sushmitha • 5 months ago
As high-speed networks and data-connections continue to expand across the country, more people than ever before are needed to maintain the critical networks and infrastructure created by the Internet. However, the geographical expansion of data networks also means that it is highly impractical for many telecom and media-driven services to keep full-time field engineers on staff. Embracing the on-demand marketplace for freelancers makes it possible to serve a wider geographical area while minimizing the labor costs and overhead required to have full-time field telecom engineers on the payroll. Field Engineer provides your company with the opportunity to hire, build and manage your team of IT freelancers and IT consultants.Freelance workforce

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Sushmitha • 5 months ago
Fieldengineer.com is the most convenient location for field engineers to secure exceptional employment opportunities as well as get in touch with employers. Fieldengineer.com is an app powered freelance employment marketplace for telecom field engineers that has enabled telecom field engineers to accomplish more than 4,500 projects from forty-five assorted clients from the time when it was unveiled in April 2017. It is possible to take care of your family or your leisure at some point of the day and then turn into an entrepreneur the next hour.[url=https://www.fieldengineer.com/blogs/gig-economy-helps-telecom-workforce-discover-high-paying-field-engineer-jobs/]Gig Economy[/url]