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I would try hotjobs.com, headhunter.net, dice.com, net-temps.com,
computerjobs.com. (All begin with www and they have several jobs for Tech
From: Thiessen, Christopher E
[mailto:Christopher -dot- E -dot- Thiessen -at- ceridian -dot- com]
Sent: Friday, January 28, 2000 2:01 AM
Subject: Employment Websites
After a lengthy tenure at a corporation, recent "workforce reductions" have
pressed me back into the job search routine. What websites have people found
to be the most productive for job postings?
Feel free to respond to me personally; no need to waste the bandwidth.
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