The process of finding a new job can feel frustrating, time-consuming, and not very human. So we created a platform that's centered around community, education, culture, and purpose.

At the heart of what we do is job matching. We help hiring startups and tech companies find really amazing talent, and match them based on values, experience and culture contribution.

For Employers

Employers who are looking for talent for their growing startups can use the Purpose Jobs talent platform to find great candidates. They can search candidates in the community, post jobs, create a company profile for more visibility—but most of all, they get to talk to amazingly talented people. Score.

For Talent

Candidates who complete their free profile—yes, it's really free for talent—can browse jobs on our job board, search for (and research) hiring companies, and get the opportunity to get matched with hiring companies.

For the Community

Not looking to hire or looking for a job? There's still a place for you here in the Purpose Jobs community. We're a community of 40,000+ people who love the Midwest startup scene. Whether you're in Detroit or Columbus, Indy or Cincy, you can still get involved. Here's how:

Sign up for the Midwest Startup Newsletter

Stay up to date on all the latest tech news, top jobs, and community events. Sent straight to your inbox every week.

Read the blog

The Purpose Jobs blog is the go-to editorial hub for Midwest tech jobs, news and events. Research startups, learn more about hiring companies, and stay up to date on the startup activity happening in the Midwest.

Join a Purpose Jobs event

We host virtual events that are joined by entrepreneurs, technologists, and innovators from across the Midwest—Ann Arbor, Columbus, Indianapolis, Chicago, and more. Whether it's a virtual happy hour or networking event, a panel discussions or a career fair, we're excited to bring people together in this Midwest startup community.

Pro-tip: the best way to find out about our events is to sign up for the newsletter.

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