Marxent Labs seems like a pretty cool place to work. Resting on each desk within arm’s reach is a brightly colored Nerf gun. And beckoning from one side of the office are Atari Asteroids and Millipede video games.
But it’s hard to believe the workers here take much time to relax. The rapidly growing Beavercreek-based company creates jaw-dropping, augmented-reality computer apps that are being used around the world. And it has doubled in size — to 45 workers — since Jan. 1.
But Marxent is in need of female engineers and computer scientists. Read More >>
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