JobGet Featured in Boston Business Journal, NPR, and Boston Globe on Impact of COVID-19 on Job Market

Boston, MA, Apr 2, 2020 - This past week JobGet was covered by three news outlets (Boston Business Journal, NPR, and Boston Globe) to discuss the impact that COVID-19 is having on the job market.

JobGet Co-founder and CEO, Tony Liu, joined Boston Business Journal and NPR to discuss how JobGet is helping local businesses and job seekers who have been affected by the COVID-19 crisis. Liu opined on the current job market and the trends that JobGet is seeing due to the impact of the virus.

In the Boston Globe, JobGet job seeker Angel Ruiz shared his story on how he was able to find work after being laid off, with the help of JobGet's Instant Placement Initiative.
JobGet Co-founder and Ceo, Tony Liu, on NPR
JobGet is a mobile app that helps employers and job seekers connect instantly.

Employers can hire as quickly as 24 hours, and job seekers can receive job offers as quickly as 24 hours through instant messaging or video interviews.

JobGet is the 2019 Global Winner of the MIT Inclusive Innovation Challenge, as well as the 2019 Gold Winner of MassChallenge. The platform works closely with the Mayor's Office of Economic Development as well as hundreds of local organizations and schools.