MassRobotics, MassTLC hosting virtual robotics & AI career fair

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MassRobotics Career Fair

MassRobotics and MassTLC are hosting a virtual career fair on Wednesday, May 19 from 4:00-6:00 PM Eastern for those interested in careers in robotics and AI. This targeted event is designed for all industry jobseekers, including both recent graduates and seasoned engineers, computer scientists, vision specialists, mechatronics experts, AI professionals and all others seeking career opportunities with companies delivering hardware and software solution within the robotics and AI industries.

The event is free to jobseekers; registration is open here.

During the Career Fair, jobseekers can easily navigate from room to room, view available job postings and visit with representatives from the robotics and AI companies.

Participating companies include:

  • 6 River Systems
  • NeXtera Robotics
  • Alert Innovation
  • Optimus Ride
  • Amazon Robotics
  • Pison Technology
  • Autodyne
  • Ras Labs
  • Cleo Robotics
  • Realtime Robotics
  • GreenSight
  • ThayerMahan
  • iRobot
  • Toyota Research Institute
  • Locus Robotics
  • Vecna Robotics
  • MORSE Corp
  • Vicarious Surgical

“Talent is the number one reason tech companies locate in Massachusetts and the inability to source enough skilled workers is the number one constraint to growth in the white-hot robotics and AI space,” said MassTLC CEO Tom Hopcroft. “We’re excited to partner with MassRobotics to help increase opportunities for talented job seekers, and we especially encourage women, tech leaders of color and LGBTQ+ tech leaders to participate.”

According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, it is estimated that there are currently 132,500 robotics engineers in the United States. Projections show a nine percent job market growth from 2016 through 2026.

“We’ve seen a tremendous uptick in job opportunities from robotics and AI companies across New England,” said Tom Ryden, executive director, MassRobotics. “The pandemic has advanced the adoption of robotics across many fields and companies must staff up to fulfill demand. We’re excited to share these opportunities with our networks and the community.”

If you are a company interested in hosting a virtual booth, please contact MassRobotics at

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