RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK – Two companies in the Triangle have more than 200 job openings each, according to the most recent edition of the WRAL TechWire Jobs Report.

Fidelity Investments showed 259 openings on Monday, while First Citizens showed 202 openings.

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Both companies are in the WRAL TechWire “Top 50,” a barometer of what’s happening in the Triangle tech sector.They continue to hire even as the state’s tech job sector tightens.

The NC Technology Association (NC TECH) released its monthly snapshot of available IT positions on Monday, and both companies also made the list of ‘Top 10’ companies hiring tech talent across the state.

“Top 10 Hires (Tech Talent)” list | Graphic produced by The NC TECH Association |

Who’s hiring?

This week, 49 of the 50 companies on the list show openings. (For the third week in a row, Citrix is showing zero openings.)

Wolfspeed (119 openings) and IQVIA (100) both have over 100 openings. IQVIA also has the greatest net change, with nine new openings compared to this time last week.

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More IT-related openings with the NC Government

WRAL TechWire also has an exclusive roundup of job openings within NC government. There are new openings at the state level, but Wake County and the City of Raleigh show no net changes.

As of October 16, 2023, data tracked by TechWire’s exclusive jobs report shows:

  • 54 job openings (+12 from last week) in IT-related positions with the North Carolina state government (1,219 jobs total, +15 from last week)
  • 8 job openings (+/-0 from last week) in IT-related positions with Wake County government (45 jobs total, -1 from last week)
  • 3 job openings (+/-0 from last week) in IT-related positions with the City of Raleigh government (100 jobs total, +2 from last week)

Here’s a look at the Top 50:

In the wider Triangle market, the exclusive WRAL TechWire Jobs Report shows 236,744 active listings (not accounting for post duplications), a 1.4% dip from last week.

Check back next week for an update on the WRAL TechWire jobs report.