More than 20 companies – most of them high-tech, including IBM – from across the Triangle will be looking to fill some 1,000 jobs at the North Carolina Technology Association’s “Come Tech Out the Triangle” job fair in Raleigh.

Hundreds of people are expected to show up for the event, which runs from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Raleigh Convention Center.

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Companies looking to hire include:

  • Attain
  • Avalara
  • ​Bronto Software
  • Citrix
  • Coder Foundry
  • Credit Suisse
  • Digital Intelligence Systems (DISYS)
  • Experis
  • ​IBM
  • iContact
  • ​MetLife GTO
  • New Horizons of Raleigh/Durham/Chapel Hill
  • Pactera Technology
  • PointSource
  • ​Resolvit
  • SciQuest
  • ​ScreenConnect Software
  • Service Express (SEI)
  • SoftPro
  • ​TEKsystems
  • ​TimelyText,
  • TrialCard,
  • Zencos Consulting

“We are expecting about 400 job seekers,” says NCTA’s Marc Montoro “But that is a rough estimate, due to the expected walk-ins from the Data4Decisions Conference.”

That conference also is taking place at the Convention Center.

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