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The future of tech jobs in coal country

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August 21, 2017 01:05

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Recode’s Kara Swisher heads to Louisville, Ky., to talk about the future of
work with a panel of local-minded techies: Interapt CEO Ankur Gopal, Code
Louisville founder Rider Rodriguez, TechHire Eastern Kentucky student Crystal
Adkins and Tech Jobs Tour CEO Leanne Pittsford. They talk about what inspired
them to become entrepreneurial, and why existing tech companies and investors
should be looking to historically less-techie places like Kentucky for workers
and founders. Gopal emphasizes that people in the area are not looking for a
handout, just looking for work, and Adkins explains why hiring for a coding
job shouldn’t require a bachelor’s degree. Later in the show, the panel
discusses what needs to happen to help entrepreneurial people across the
country find their next move. Read more
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