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Twitter 2.0 Starts Recruiting Interested Professionals to Build The Everything App

Twitter 2.0 Starts Recruiting Interested Professionals to Build The Everything App
Twitter 2.0 is starting to recruit interested professionals to build The Everything App. Although the vacancies did not appear in the official listing on the company's website, the hiring announcement was posted on slides published by Elon Musk.

Twitter started recruiting, according to slides from a company talk tweeted by owner Elon Musk. This is an expected step, after massive layoffs of old employees who were not ready to work for real, in order to transform the platform. Musk's tweet on Saturday included several slides, one of which read “We're recruiting.”However, no other details were provided. A search for open vacancies on the company's website also turned up with no results.


Last week, during a meeting with employees, Musk said that the company has done away with layoffs while actively recruiting, The Verge reported. Meanwhile, at the moment, Twitter is encouraging its employees to make recommendations about the specialists they would like to attract to the company. It is a smart move, given that the company's remaining employees have made the decision to go into hardcore mode under Musk's leadership to transform Twitter into an improved platform. They are best able to tell the specialists they know about what is happening in the company and what career prospects they can expect.

Of the other available ways to apply, there is the option to private message Daniel Johnson, who was one of the comedians who played a prank on the media saying they were fired by Twitter. “If you want to rebuild Twitter, then DM me evidence of exceptional ability. if you're an engineer, this should be a summary of accomplishments and links to code; if you're a designer, send your portfolio,” Johnson said in the tweet.

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Eva Fox

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Eva Fox joined Tesmanian in 2019 to cover breaking news as an automotive journalist. The main topics that she covers are clean energy and electric vehicles. As a journalist, Eva is specialized in Tesla and topics related to the work and development of the company.

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