Boston, MA, Sep 18, 2019 - JobGet was awarded the the top prize under the Income Growth & Job Creation category at the US & Canada Regional Finals for the 2019 MIT Inclusive Innovation Challenge!
Global organizations representing the most innovative future of work solutions from Africa, Asia, Europe, Latin America, and US & Canada will now proceed to the finals.
Finalists pitch their solutions to a live audience and Selection Panel of world innovation leaders at MIT on November 21 to vie for $1 million USD.
JobGet is the fastest job platform for anyone looking for a job in the retail and hospitality industry, reducing the timeline from weeks to minutes.
Getting a job shouldn’t take hours filling online applications and waiting for weeks to hear back.
We are currently working with more than 800 employers in Boston on finding the right staff quickly, as well as helping thousands of jobseekers find their dream jobs within minutes.
JobGet is a MassChallenge startup, as well as an MIT Inclusive Innovation Challenge Finalist. We are looking to reshape the employment landscape for hourly employers and professionals to be instant, accessible, and efficient.
About MIT Inclusive Innovation Challenge
Technology is the most disruptive force in human history, ushering in a new era of unprecedented health, convenience, and prosperity. Yet many people are not experiencing the benefits of this progress, despite actively seeking to more fully participate in and profit from new educational, financial, and work opportunities.
At MIT, we believe that inclusive innovation – the use of technology to generate increased economic opportunity for moderate and low income earners – is an imperative with a tight deadline. The question we should be asking ourselves at this historic moment isn’t “what is technology going to do to our economy and society,” but rather “what will we do with technology?”
Our vision is an economy that works for all. Our mission is to accelerate the success of the changemaking entrepreneurs that are making that vision a reality, and to drive a solutions-oriented conversation about the future of work.