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Princeton's WordNet

  1. hiredadjective

    having services engaged for a fee

    "hired hands"; "a hired gun"

  2. chartered, hired, leasedadjective

    hired for the exclusive temporary use of a group of travelers

    "a chartered plane"; "the chartered buses arrived on time"

Wikipedia

  1. hired

    Henry Jamison "Jam" Handy (March 6, 1886 – November 13, 1983) was an American Olympic breaststroke swimmer, water polo player, and founder of the Jam Handy Organization (JHO), a producer of commercially sponsored motion pictures, slidefilms (later known as filmstrips), trade shows, industrial theater and multimedia training aids. Credited as the first person to imagine distance learning, Handy made his first film in 1910 and presided over a company that produced an estimated 7,000 motion pictures and perhaps as many as 100,000 slidefilms before it was dissolved in 1983.

Webster Dictionary

  1. Hired

    of Hire

CrunchBase

  1. Hired

    Hired is the first two-sided marketplace created specifically to match high quality technology talent with the best job opportunities. We admit 200-250 new participants into our marketplace each month (out of over 2500 applicants) and connect them with over 600 leading companies, ranging from Open Table, FaceBook and Twitter to leading early stage startups. We are currently focused on developers, UX/UI designers, product managers and data scientists in the Bay Area, NYC, Boston, LA and Seattle…but growing quickly. We believe recruiting should be transparent, unbiased, and painless…and that the talent should be in control. Our one week processes provide upfront offers from vetted and funded companies, dedicated talent advocates to support our participants through the recruiting process, and signing bonuses of $3000 - $5000. 90% of our participants receive an upfront offers and hires are made on our platform in under 15 days vs over 60 for an agency. Hired began its life as DeveloperAuction.com-an idea the founders dreamt up over Indian food, beer and rap music at an Irish bar in San Francisco in April 2012.The team expressed frustration about past dealings with expensive recruitment agencies, and contemplated that the most popular recruitment tool amounted to "shopping for a house using a phonebook".The very next morning, Doug purchased the DeveloperAuction domain name and forwarded Matt and Allan the receipt. They got to work, launching the first auction during Burning Man, which netted $30 million in offers on 88 Engineers. Today, after we are already the biggest recruiter in the Bay Area by placements alone.

Anagrams for hired »

  1. rehid

  2. hider

  3. dheri

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Numerology

  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of hired in Chaldean Numerology is: 8

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of hired in Pythagorean Numerology is: 8

Examples of hired in a Sentence

  1. Heng Xia:

    This is a high intensity job, most people can't really do it. Meng Hu've hired many new graduates, and some of them couldn't make it.

  2. Superintendent Scott Ziegler:

    We believe we have followed all mandatory reporting protocols and aided law enforcement to the fullest extent allowed in all investigations regarding these matters. We acknowledge that these matters need to be fully reviewed. Consequently, and with full support of the School Board, Loudoun County Public Schools hired Blankingship Keith, P.C. on October 28, 2021 to conduct an independent review of these incidents.

  3. Ken White:

    Certainly it's routine for people with contacts in the government to be hired to try to get the government interested into launching an investigation that's advantageous for clients, it's all part of petitioning the government.

  4. Mark Rhoads:

    He was looking for a job so my grandfather hired him.

  5. Police Commissioner Bill Bratton:

    If you're a smart young black male you don't necessarily want to go into American policing, you want to get hired by Twitter or Google, make a lot more money and not have the complexities of being a black policeman in America today.

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