Starting from July 2019, BEAM will begin actively connecting programmers to job positions in Singapore, Japan, and China.
This moves comes in an effort to provide companies greater access to tech talent and to provide more opportunities for programmers seeking to work abroad.
Interested candidates can easily activate this feature via the BEAM App by completing their profile and selecting the "Looking for career opportunities" field.
BEAM will automatically recommend candidates to employers, sending in-app notifications to candidates when new job positions open.
"There is an abundance of phenomenal talent in many parts of the world, especially developing countries like Malaysia, Philippines, and Vietnam. We hope to bridge them to incredible companies out there, automatically at the palm of their hands.", mentioned Kenneth Ho, CEO of BEAM
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