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Subject:Re: job market Q4 2009 From:quills -at- airmail -dot- net To:techwr-l -at- lists -dot- techwr-l -dot- com Date:Tue, 22 Dec 2009 13:08:47 -0600
Yeah, and no benefits or health insurance either. Make you wonder if the
conservative Democrats and the Republicans really understand the shift
in the work place.
On 12/22/09 12:25 PM, Steven Gaghan wrote:
> Yeah, I received five phones/emails for the same job with in about fours of
> one another, and then another two or three the next day. Most of the
> recruiters were not located in the US. It got to the point where the
> recruiter would call and read the job description to me, and I would ask
> them: "Is this Job with Westinghouse?" "It stopped most of them dead in
> their tracks. They were like vultures circling around carrion.
> Unfortunately, I was the carrion.
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