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Applications Developer At NextGen, we don’t just hire people, we hire up, that is, the best and the brightest, matching talent with great companies across the United States. Ours is a process of Discovery, learning everything we can about our candidates and our clients, in order to achieve the best possible match. We know that behind every placement, there are real people looking for an opportunit...
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