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hired

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Princeton's WordNet

  1. hired(adj)

    having services engaged for a fee

    "hired hands"; "a hired gun"

  2. chartered, hired, leased(adj)

    hired for the exclusive temporary use of a group of travelers

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

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.

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  1. rehid

  2. hider

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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. Rhonda Shear:

    I showed up on Friday, which is tape day, i showed up to my dressing room and my name was n’t on the door. It was someone else’s name. I was walking around and everyone was kind of avoiding me. And finally, someone said, ‘ Well, when you were n’t here for dress rehearsal, Rhonda Shear kisses Henry Winkler flipped out and Rhonda Shear kisses Henry Winkler took the girl that was standing in for you, made her a Screen Actors Guild member immediately and hired her. ’ I was shocked … [ That person ] said, ‘ He’s the star. He has the power.' I was mortified. I was crying.

  2. Tucker Carlson:

    So that means Joe Biden put at the head of the criminal division the partner of the guy his son had hired to defend him against the criminal division.

  3. Johan Obdola:

    The security outside the perimeter of the embassy is conducted by security personnel hired by the embassy, and the Bolivarian National Police.The infrastructure of the embassy can stand a certain level of external armed attacks, and there are areas for aerial evacuations via helicopter, so, the embassy stand a great location and capacity to hold for some time a potential external attack, conducted by the Venezuelan armed forces or its supporters.

  4. James Kuffner:

    Everyone who has been hired is very eager to change the world.

  5. Nancy Cartwright:

    Bart never ages and yet ... if they had really hired a 10-year-old kid, they'd be ... 35, 36 years old right now, nowhere but the Simpsons could we do something like that.

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