Looking for a job in tech? Here’s a list of tech startups hiring this year

tech startups hiring in Arizona

You no longer need to move to Silicon Valley to have a successful career in tech. Arizona’s tech ecosystem is growing fast. Arizona tech startups are announcing raises, major semiconductor and EV companies are expanding here and local capital is increasing.

Arizona’s tech sector even continued its rapid growth during the pandemic, ranking eighth in the country for tech jobs gained last year, according to the Cyberstates 2021 report from CompTIA.

With that growth comes opportunity, and there are lots of job openings across the state. And, as companies reopen and rebuild following shutdowns for much of the last year, many of these startups are also willing to hire remote workers.

Here’s a list of the companies hiring this year. Maybe you’ll find your next big break.


  • Qwick: The on-demand staffing platform is hiring over 100 employees this year. Employees can join a company that is revolutionizing wages for contractors. Unlike many service industry jobs, Qwick pays a living wage to Professionals. In Phoenix, the company pays, on average, $19.91, compared to the $12 minimum wage in Phoenix.
  • Virtuous: The fundraising platform for nonprofits is hiring after closing $18 million Series B raise.
  • Tata Consultancy Services: The global IT services, consulting and business solutions company plans to hire at least 220 employees by the end of 2023, which comes with TCS’ announcement that it will invest $300 million into Arizona.
  • Hammoq: The startup known as “the Shopify for e-commerce businesses” is looking to expand team after $3 million raise.


  • Interface: Interface provides test and measurement solutions to industries, including aerospace, automotive, energy, industrial automation, infrastructure, agriculture, and medical. It plans to hire 50 AZ-based employees by the end of the year.
  • Arrivia: The travel loyalty technology company is hosting a job fair this Wednesday, July 21, in Scottsdale Quarter.
  • Trainual: The SaaS training platform plans to hire 50 employees over the next year, after it closed a $27 million Series B earlier this summer.



  • Better Agency: The startup creating software for the insurance industry plans to double its current 16-person team by next summer following a $2.1 million raise.


  • OnePointOne: Silicon Valley agriculture tech startup is moving HQ to Avondale and creating 70 jobs.