Wednesday, October 1, 2008

Job market; online and offline

A NY Times columnist surveys the uses of different job search technologies, from shoe leather, to the internet, to the social internet: Job Hunting Is, and Isn’t, What It Used to Be

"The big three sites are, and Yahoo Craigslist is also a popular option, as are those like and, which aggregate big and small jobs sites.
"Niche sites are also growing. Doctors can check out; those seeking nonprofit work can go to is popular for job seekers looking for executive positions that pay more than $100,000 a year."

"Mr. Challenger suggests limiting yourself to surfing such sites only after dinner. Use the daytime to get out and meet people as much as possible."

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