Binance Seeks To Hire More Than 100 Employees Despite The Ongoing Global Pandemic
Binance Seeks To Hire More Than 100 Employees Despite The Ongoing Global Pandemic
April 4, 2020
Binance Seeks To Hire More Than 100 Employees Despite The Ongoing Global Pandemic
Binance Seeks To Hire More Than 100 Employees Despite The Ongoing Global Pandemic
April 4, 2020

Binance, the major cryptocurrency exchange, has announced that it is seeking to hire more than 100 new employees, despite the ongoing global pandemic.

On April 3, it has been reported in a tweet that Binance invited people around the world to build a career in the Blockchain space, offering a crucial opportunity to “work from home” as global jurisdictions continue strengthening quarantine measures.

However, Changpeng Zhao (CZ), the CEO of Binance, subsequently brought further attention to Binance’s hiring spree by tweeting:

“Getting used to work from home, but hate your job? Good at what you do and passionate about crypto? You know what to do.”

While the official announcement says that Binance is willing to employ at least 100 people, the job listing page accounts for nearly 180 open positions, including potential hires.

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As per the report, Binance has at least 800 employees on its team to date. The company’s open job listings cover diverse areas like business development, marketing, communications, customer service, finance, analytics, and frontend.

As a global crypto company, Binance is hiring talent all over the world. The listings include a wide number of locations in Europe, Asia, and Latin America.

It has been analyzed that Binance’s job postings are crucial amid as unemployment numbers continue to skyrocket globally.

Thus, 6.6 million people in the US. filed for unemployment last week; a number which is more than double official estimates.

Source: | Image: Binance Twitter Account


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