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At Talent 101 we connect our employees to projects that are important to our clients – that also means connecting our employees to what’s important in their lives!

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Want to work where you’re inspired to explore your passions while continually developing and refining your skills? With Talent 101, you have the opportunity to innovate with leading-edge technologies making a difference in the world. Our employees value the opportunity to work hard, be creative, show leadership, and have fun.

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Whether you’re just starting your career, thinking about a career change, or ready to take your career to the next level, find your role at Talent 101. We maintain a CIRCUIT of high tech professionals and certified subcontractors to provide a reliable global workforce to our clients. This CIRCUIT platform has a long established reputation as being the facilitator between communities of Engineering, Information Technology, and Marketing and Communication resources. Though this platform, we plan and secure meaningful careers for our CIRCUIT candidates while filling the talent gap to help our clients reach their goals.

Our clients are global leaders and innovators in the semiconductor and electronic systems industries. In the direct collaboration with our clients, we provide resource and project solutions in the following areas:  

  • Statement of work (SOW milestone delivery)
  • Managed services for engineering and IT services
  • Contract
  • Direct-hire
  • Subcontracting management
  • Payroll services

Talent 101 is proud to offer a national benefits plan supporting a full range of options that can be customized to our employees’ lifestyles including medical, dental, vision, basic and supplemental life, disability, 401(k), and paid holidays.

If you want to start a conversation about the future of your career, please contact one of Talent 101’s Talent Resource Managers at info@talent-101.com or call us at 972-503-2101.

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