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Tara Taylor

Tara Taylor

By Tara Taylor

9 Reasons You’ll Love Working and Living in Detroit

We love Detroit. We love living in Detroit. Detroit is our people. It’s where we’re headquartered, and it’s where we’re helping the local startup and tech community recruit the nation’s top engineers, designers, product experts, marketing gurus, and more. We're not the only ones who love Detroit. Lots of people have heard about the amazing things h[...]

Tara Taylor

By Tara Taylor

Top 9 In-Demand Jobs in Michigan

Detroit’s startup scene is growing and new tech companies are cropping up all across Michigan. In fact, in the last three years, there has been a 50% increase in the number of Detroit-based companies, and in the last year alone, startups in Detroit received more than $62M from venture capital firms. Bottom line: there’s no shortage of opportunities[...]

Tara Taylor

By Tara Taylor

The Hottest Startups Now Hiring In Detroit

Big name tech companies like Snapchat, LinkedIn, Facebook, and Twitter all have satellite offices in Detroit, but did you know there are dozens of other tech startups that were founded and are headquartered in Michigan? At re:purpose, our goal is help job seekers find their purpose by matching them with Detroit startups based on culture, interests,[...]

Tara Taylor

By Tara Taylor

Why Working with Purpose Can Lead to a Healthier, Happier Life

If you love what you do, you’ll never have to work a day in your life. You’ve heard that saying, right? And when you heard it you probably thought, “Gee, sounds nice, except for that whole thing called Reality (capital R) that’s standing in the way.” We get it. Easier said than done. Especially because, let’s face it: most of us don’t know what we [...]

Tara Taylor

By Tara Taylor

We’re Growing - Introducing Tara Taylor

The terrifying question... I remember it like it was yesterday. It was a Tuesday in October and we had just come back in from recess. Ms. Simoney, my third grade teacher, called us all over to the reading carpet in the back of the room. We were about to start reading a new book when Ms. Simoney decided to start us off with a question. Normally the [...]