Start your career in tech

Apply once to many tech companies

We’re building a service for students and graduates looking for entry-level and junior roles.
Juniors and career changers with less than 3 years of experience are welcome!
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Steps to getting a job in tech with Gyfted

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Create your account
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Go through our
personality and other
assessments
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Receive instant
feedback about your
strengths and fit
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We will match you with
tech companies in Silicon
Valley, the US and Europe

Apply once to many entry and junior level jobs in tech

One application for multiple remote and full-time roles. At Gyfted we know the best ways to get into tech sector jobs. Whether these are remote IT jobs for beginners, full-time entry-level sales roles, or part-time marketing jobs, our placement program can give you an extra edge when it comes to getting tech jobs in programming, data science, sales, marketing and customer success.

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Land your dream job using our tools
Personality, values and the kind of work you do determine your success at work. We developed these tests to help you land jobs with teams that match you and creates the right work environment for you to succeed.
Your profile is anonymous - we don’t provide employers with any information about your gender, race, name, or age until you meet face to face. This is to ensure recruiting is done in an unbiased way. You have control and can withdraw at any point.
We help you gain experience in tech
Have a certificate and looking for a job? Gyfted’s program will help you discover tech jobs for graduates straight after college with only a diploma in your hands. We provide you with tools required for a quick, easy and successful start to a well-paid IT career with no experience.

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Coding and Web Development

Looking for post-coding bootcamp entry level jobs? Get matched to remote software engineering internships, part time coding jobs and roles ;ole: web developer, front end developer, QA engineer, or mobile developer.

Digital Marketing

Click here if you’re prepping for entry level roles as SEO specialist, growth marketer, social media manager, or marketing analyst and we’ll try to match you up with the right internship and job opportunities.

UX / UI and Web Design

Click here if you’re on a search for graphic designer internships for UI, UX and web design bootcamp students, as well as remote graphic design and UX/UI designer entry level jobs.

Cybersecurity

Entry level jobs in cyber security are on the rise. Go through our integrated application to get feedback and a change to get matched to roles that fit your cyber security software engineer work aspirations.

Data Science and Data Analytics

If you’re passionate about data we’ll try to help you land data scientist entry level jobs, remote data science and data analytics roles, including data analytics internships.

Other

Graduated with a different bootcamp certificate? Click here to let us know and provide more details below.

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Why Gyfted's program is unique
We’re turning the tables to change how the job search and recruiting work. We help people find the best opportunities with companies hiring at entry-level by giving you the right tools needed to become competitive in tech.

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Frequently asked questions

What kind of jobs can I expect to find on Gyfted?

With Gyfted you will be able to find remote job offers from organizations all around the world in an array of various domains and fields. Register now
to find a job that “fits” you.

Do I need experience in IT to join this program?

Whether you are a beginner straight after a degree or you are changing your career you can land an entry-level IT job with no experience. However, to boost your employability you should have a portfolio of projects to share with employers. For junior jobs, experience in the form of an internship or other full-time work experience below a year is very well seen by employers.

Is a certificate or a degree required for this program?

There are plenty of jobs out there that you can get with an IT certification as well as IT career opportunities without a degree. Generally, no degree is required for IT jobs and tech companies can hire for entry-level jobs without a degree. Nevertheless, you have to be either self-taught and able to prove it, or you've completed sufficient coursework, internships, an apprenticeship or bootcamp to convince employers browsing through candidate profiles that you have what it takes for entry-level or junior jobs in tech.

Who can apply to this program?

Gyfted’s Start Your Career in Tech program is suitable for students, grads, career changers, self-taught, juniors and bootcampers. No matter whether you are looking for entry-level IT jobs for bootcamp graduates, college graduates or tech jobs for high school students, our program will help you find the right opportunity and increase your chances of landing a well-paid IT job that suits you best.

What opportunities are there in IT?

Tech is a rapidly growing sector and IT is a very broad and diverse sector that offers a wide range of opportunities with high salaries. What adds to this is the shift toward remote jobs, work from home (WFH) and work from anywhere that give opportunities decoupled from geography to work with companies globally, and to have a digital nomad lifestyle. Digitization and IT transformation in addition to a high demand for talent open an array of possibilities for upskilling and reskilling as well. Our program can help you find the best job opportunities for information technology graduates, the best career options in software, and help get you closer to top tech salaries.

What tech jobs are in demand?

Most in-demand IT jobs and fastest-growing tech jobs include:
- Database Administrators and Architects who are involved in storing, organizing, and safeguarding data.
- Data Scientists or Data Analysts
- Information Security Analysts are tasked with the security of all information pertaining to the organization.
- IT support specialists provide businesses and the people in IT assistance with computers and their networks.
- Computer Network Architects design and build data communication networks.
- Computer Programmers are writing, modifying, verifying, and testing codes and scripts.
- Web Developers create and maintain websites.
- Software Engineers and Software Developers deal with the design, development, testing, and maintenance of software apps and systems.
- Network and Computer Systems Administrators monitor an organization’s network and communication technologies
- Computer and Information Research Scientists are responsible for designing innovative uses both for existing and new computing technologies.
and top IT fields in demand can be found in our blog.

How can I discover my soft skills needed to work in tech?

There is a range of Gyfted’s psychometric soft skills assessment tools
. These are tools for your career development and personal growth. They can help you discover what values influence your actions in life, your personality traits, your startup mindset, whether you are aware of other people, and many more aspects of your personality. Knowing what skills you need for a job and what your levels of soft skills are now can help you develop them further and find the IT career that suits you best. You can use them to
build your Personality CV
as well.

Where can I find tech jobs?

There is a variety of job search tools and job banks for computer engineers and technology professionals that can help you find different types of roles and positions in the field of IT. One of the places where you can find tech jobs is Gyfted’s comprehensive and up-to-date
.

How to choose a career in the IT sector?

In case you are wondering how to choose a career in the IT field, and where you have to start, here are a few questions that would egg you along in the right direction. Do I have any IT skills already or any experience in tech? Do I already have any tech degrees or certifications? Do I prefer working remotely, full-time or part-time? Do I prefer non-technical jobs or technical IT jobs?
Then it is worth looking at: What careers are in information technology.
It might come as a surprise to you, but most of us possess some level of IT skills already. By reassessing the certifications and degrees that you hold, you will be able to recalibrate your job expectations. While degrees, certifications, or diplomas in the tech field are obvious advantages when looking for the types of roles we associate with the tech world, one’s experience in another field might also prove to be a huge asset. The evolution of the IT world has led to a huge demand for individuals from diverse backgrounds and different perspectives. Therefore, you will most likely find something that suits you.

What non-technical roles are there in it?

It is estimated that 43% of hires by tech companies today are for non-tech jobs while 57% are for tech jobs (Glassdoor Economic Research, 2019).
Main non-tech jobs include:
- Product marketing involves the introduction of a product to the market, the development of strategies to promote it, and ways to sell it to customers.
- Sales jobs in tech imply the identification of potential leads and further sales outreach. SaaS is especially popular here.
- Recruiting & Talent and people operations include recruiting, hiring, onboarding, and supporting employees.
- Product managers ensure that product is in line with the assumed character of a product owner.
- Research analysts do magic with data.
- Customer Success Managers predict customer challenges or questions and proactively find solutions to those problems and answers to those questions before they arise.
- Growth Marketing, Social Media Marketing and Content managers create blog posts and work with designers to create stories, infographics, and other ways of sharing information with the audience for marketing purposes as well as monitoring the brand’s presence.
If you prefer to work in a non-technical field, there are plenty of business non-tech jobs for you to enter.