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I am going to reply to everyone for this one, since I have been asked
this question numerous times already.
I live in NYC and let me just say that this is the place to be for tech
1) Career Management Associates - contact person is Mark Yas - he
has a ton of jobs right now and I just spoke with him today, so if you
are serious, please use my name as a contact.
2) Essential Data - contact person is Betty Bennett
3) Knowledge Transfer International - contact Elaine Abrahmson
4) Support Our Systems - contact Tony
Also, go to the Search.com Web site. There are about 30 different
terrific search engines. At this moment, I would say anyone searching
for employment in NYC, has the option of choosing from about 5000 jobs.
Again, please use my name if you are seriously looking for work here.
Any other questions about living here, do not hesitate to ask me.