A company called Linux New Media brings new Open Source Job opportunities by opening JobHub.
Despite that there are several online job sites for web users such as The Ladders, Dice, or Crunchboard, there is still a lack of a specific job portal that provides open-source jobs. In such a situation a new company enters into becoming an open-source tech job, Open Source JobHub.
Linux New Media based in the USA, the open-source publishing group behind FOSSlife and Linux Magazine established the new international job panel to support individuals discover their place in the international open-source ecosystem.
The jobs are out there. The Linux Foundation and edX, the top huge open online lesson provider, encountered in their 2021’s Open Source Jobs Report more additional needs for top open-source employees than ever. Except that, 92% of directors are having problems discovering enough talent and multiple of them are even struggling to maintain their current senior open-source workers.
According to the report, Job hiring medium Hired surveyed over 525,000 interview proposals and 10,000 job requests between January 2019 and June 2021, indicating the average United States tech salary is currently $152,000. Precise low-level Linux system executives, according to Payscale, an intermediate $76,880 a year.
Discovering these jobs, whether you’re an engineer, developer, manager, marketer, or community manager, that’s the issue. On another side, companies are facing trouble in finding qualified people. That’s why Open Source JobHub comes as a solution.
Besides open-source jobs, it also offers marketing, sales, and management for such companies which are dedicated to open source. According to the CEO of Linux New Media, Brain Osborn, their goal is to offer a global open source community medium where people can find career connections.
Open Source JobHub has featured job posting from its launching partners Collabora, Suse, CloudLinux, and Tuxedo Computer in its starting.