Time consuming and depressing.
Yeah, when I've been doing it I've always resented that it's hard work I don't get paid for...
You noticed that too, eh? Perhaps we should start a list of which of us are currently
-- I'll start:
JimRussell - Manassas VA (Northern VA, DC Metro area)
EarlStirling - Network Engineer: SanFranciscoBayArea / EastBay ?
AndyPierce - Molecular biologist: any US / Canada
DanielKnapp - New York, NY, willing to relocate to any US
ApoorvaMuralidhara - New York, NY ( NewYorkCity)
VenuThachappilly - New York, NY ( NewYorkCity)
VhIndukumar - Java developer/ 4 years exp./ Switzerland
JonGrover - anywhere in Indiana
DavidCary - electrical engineer: Tulsa OK, willing to relocate to any US
JamesStansell - programmer: 15+ yrs: unix, java, perl, SQL, etc.: Tulsa OK
Tips on searching...
Read WhatColorIsYourParachute because it may drastically change your view of 'How do I succeed at JobSearching?'
What you find on websites is almost certainly out of date. Perhaps this one too!
On the web, look for stockbrokers who have a tech portfolio - one place where you may get a brief list of names of quoted companies with one page summaries of what they do.
Or just http://google.com it -- if you can think of really good keywords, like expertise, technologies, application area -- google usually nails these pages.
Should we merge this list with
I'd say "no", as not all of us are looking for an XP position.
Move to India. That is where all the tech jobs are going. Just don't drink the water.
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