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Of all the calls I'd get, Monster generates the most. OTOH, for leads
that I call wich puts me in more control, I like Dice the most. I'm
tired of sifting through Monster to find the decent leads burried
amoung the Armed Service recruitment and envelope stuffing posts.
> For what it's worth, I used Monster's premium membership
> service and received an astonishing number of solicitations
> from that alone. I can take or leave the rest of their services,
> but the constant calls and
> emails from recruiters actually made it worthwhile. I also put my
> resume up at Dice.com, Yahoo Hotjobs, and ComputerJobs.com, but
> Monster was far and away my best source for job offers.
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