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Recruiting Brainfood for the week ahead - Issue #270

Hung Lee
Hung Lee
Brainfood Jobs: We are back to infinite scroll being problematic, as you now need to keep scrolling to see all new jobs posted this past week. Might be easier for some to view these in This Week, In Recruiting - subscribe to this if you look at LinkedIn every day. Anyways, new jobs from mojo, Luno, LendInvest, Pepisco, Cisco Meraki, Beam, Gearset and many more - check out full up-to-date list here.
Recruitment Review of the Year 2021: the last Brainfood Live of the year is a review of the year with an ensemble cast of your favourite guests of the year. Don’t miss this one folks - Friday 17th December, 1-3pm GMT. Register here
Special thanks this week to: Eugène van den Hemel, Simon Geere, Kevin Green, James Osborne, Oonagh Clarke, Christian Madsen, Carrie Corcoran, Joey NK Koksal, Colin Donnery, Cornel Müller, Mark Edwards, Patricia Chmielowiec and Eva Zils for your amazing support of all things Brainfood. I see you and appreciate you!
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The Brainfood
29 Big Ideas that will change our world in 2022
Clear Signs that You Are Not A Senior Developer
100m Articles Analyzed: What You Need To Write The Best Headlines
Just Because You Can Doesn't Mean You Should
State of European Tech 2021
Six Overrated Human Traits According To Science
The World Inequality Report 2022
The FIRM - Annual Membership Survey 2022
How To Launch A Corporate Social Responsibility Program
How To Avoid The Rashomon Effect
2021 Greek Startups Tech Compensation Report
Kellogg To Hire Replacements...Or Try To
Japan’s Virtual YouTubers Have Millions of Real Subscribers — and Make Millions of Real Dollars
An Engineer's Hype-Free Observations on Web3 (and its Possibilities)
Dutch Pizza Company Using Space Travel To Lure Candidates
New Brain Maps Can Predict Behaviors
The Bias That Makes Innocent Emails Seem Offensive
Who's Talking?
Interviewing Recruiters
Why Talking to Strangers Will Make You Happier
TextKernel Catches a Whopper!
End notes
So I’m in Hemel Hempstead, as it’s my nephew Montgomery’s (name was my idea) 5th birthday. I bought him this massive Spinosaurus from a product line that really does a great job of fidelity to our current knowledge of anatomy of extinct species. Great gift for kids who love dinos.
Anyways, back in London from tomorrow, and probably that will be end of socialising for me until the new year. DM me on twitter or Instagram or TikTok if you got any ideas of what I should do with my time….
Have a great week everybody. 
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