25 companies hiring tech workers now

It might be hard to find a hotel room at this time of the year, but tech has plenty of job vacancies up for grabs. Find the top companies hiring now.
Lily Martis, Monster staff

Summer is officially here, and the temperature isn’t the only thing on the rise—so is your job search. Hiring in tech is no doubt heating up.
You might even say (OK, we did say) certain IT jobs, including security analysts, cloud integrators, data scientists, and full-stack engineers, are smoking hot right now. And there are plenty of companies (that are also pretty hot if we do say so ourselves) with jobs hiring techies like you.
To help ignite your job search, we used data provided by the TalentNeuron tool from insights and technology company CEB and identified the top companies with the most job listings on Monster over the past 30 days.
The Army secures the top spot, followed by health care insurance company UnitedHealth Group and aerospace and defense company Northrop Grumman. Check out the full list of jobs below to see if there’s a good fit for you.
Companies hiring now
Army
Number of jobs: 736
UnitedHealth Group
Number of jobs: 514
Northrop Grumman
Number of jobs: 313
AT&T
Number of jobs: 274
Excell
Number of jobs: 238
Cognizant
Number of jobs: 236
Primus Global Services
Number of jobs: 228
CenturyLink
Number of jobs: 213
NTT Data
Number of jobs: 157
GDKN Corporation
Number of jobs: 115
Santander Bank
Number of jobs: 101
Capgemini
Number of jobs: 98
Collins Consulting
Number of jobs: 97
Bowhead
Number of jobs: 93
BAE Systems
Number of jobs: 78
Coolsoft
Number of jobs: 75
FRG Technology Consulting
Number of jobs: 75
Ellucian
Number of jobs: 74
HCL Technologies
Number of jobs: 71
VanderHouwen
Number of jobs: 60
Epitec
Number of jobs: 58
Genpact
Number of jobs: 55
UPS
Number of jobs: 54
Eaton
Number of jobs: 53
Tech Mahindra
Number of jobs: 53

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