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Mobile Recruiting Expertise

Motion teams dedicated to Mobile recruiting deeply understand this tech sector and — more importantly — deeply penetrate their local marketplace to create rich and relevant networks with a focus on the following disciplines:

Mobile Categories

Native iOS

Objective-C, Swift

Native Android

Java, Kotlin, Application, Framework, Systems

Cross Platform

React Native, PhoneGap, Xamarin, Flutter, Ionic, Unity


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Technical Skill(s)

  • .Net
  • Android
  • Business Analyst
  • Business Intelligence
  • C#
  • C++
  • Cloud Computing
  • Computer Vision
  • Data Engineering
  • Data Science
  • Data Warehouse
  • DevOps
  • DBA
  • Electrical Engineering
  • Embedded
  • Front End
  • Golang
  • Help Desk
  • iOS
  • Java
  • Javascript
  • Linux/Unix
  • Machine Learning
  • Management
  • Mechanical Engineering
  • Mobile
  • MySQL
  • Network Engineering
  • Network Security
  • Node.js
  • Non Technology
  • NoSQL
  • Oracle
  • Perl
  • PHP
  • Postgres
  • Product Management
  • Project Management
  • Python
  • QA
  • Robotics
  • Ruby on Rails
  • Sales Engineering
  • Scala
  • SDET
  • Security - Application
  • Security - Cloud
  • Security - Database
  • Security - Infrastructure
  • Security - Network
  • Security - Pen Test
  • SharePoint
  • Software
  • Software Engineering
  • SQL Server
  • System Administration
  • Technology
  • UI Design
  • UI/UX
  • UX
  • Visual Design
  • Virtualization
  • Windows
  • Wordpress
  • Z.Skills
  • Other Area(s)

Employment Type(s)

  • Contract
  • Full Time

National Market Insights for Mobile Recruiting

Recruitment trends are the backbone of how we work. Our teams research and share local marketplace intel as part of our everyday routine and data-driven approach to produce results.

iOS Developer


Open Jobs per Candidate

React Native


Annual Change in Market Demand

Android Developer


Average Salary

iOS Developer


Top Employing Geography

Having placed mobile engineers for nearly a decade, I’ve seen cross-platform solutions come and go — Titanium, Cordova, Xamarin, etc. These mobile development applications that use one codebase are a common choice. But their performance is sometimes lacking, and building native applications is often proven to offer a vastly better user experience. One exception is React Native, which is gaining in popularity and is a functional winner as it closes this performance gap within the cross-platform applications market.

React Native is also a great way for traditional JavaScript engineers who were not exposed to native iOS or Android development to enter into such a high-demand hiring sector.