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Re: [vox] Best Way to Job Hunt?

In my case, I activly responded to ads. Out of a a
dozen or so resumes, I got a part time position. I
picked up some contract work through a friend. You
might have to pound the doors of a few agnecies as

I found pitching myself differently (skilled computer
tech vs. sys / net admin) helped. In some companies
the pardigm is shifting. HR wants to see a variety of
skills rather than a specialist. You might also
consider government positions. They may not pay as
much, but the state isn't doing layoffs.

Some links you might follow.

State Jobs

GPL Develoment project


--- "Richard S. Crawford" <rscrawford@mossroot.com>
> The methods that I used when I was looking for my
> first web development job 
> -- sticking my resume on DICE and letting the phone
> ring off the hook with 
> recruiters -- suddenly isn't working any more, now
> that I've been laid off 
> into this economy.  My resume, pretty much the same
> but with a year's worth 
> of professional web development on it, isn't drawing
> a single response.
> So my question to the masses is this: what is the
> best method you've found 
> for finding a good tech job?  Obviously, I need a
> wider variety of 
> approaches than I've used in the past.
> Sliante,
> Richard S. Crawford
> http://www.mossroot.com
> AIM: Buffalo2K   ICQ: 11646404  Y!: rscrawford
> MSN: underpope@hotmail.com
> "It is only with the heart that we see rightly; what
> is essential is 
> invisible to the eye."  --Antoine de Saint Exupéry
> "Push the button, Max!"
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