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Re: Job searching?
The only thing I know of is that google have a jobs section, and not only
that google themselves are hiring. I think they have jobs in SoCal,
Chicago, East Coast somewhere, Dublin and Switzerland.
Try googling for pyunit, and looking at the paid advertisment on the
On Tue, 27 Dec 2005, Danny Sauer wrote:
> So, I'm getting a little sick of driving 3 hours/day to a job that's
> paid hourly and has no benefits (*man* insurance is expensive). I
> like the job, but I'd like to have my life back, and this contract's
> up in a few months anyway. Therefore, I'm looking for another job.
> I've been using indeed.com, as it seems to be a pretty good "meta
> search" site (it gets Monster and Dice, as well as a bunch of smaller
> sites), but I'm just not finding much. Somehow I think that has to do
> with it being the end of the year, but on the off chance that I'm
> missing something, I thought I'd see if anyone else had better
> suggestions for me. Suggestions that would lean in the direction of a
> real, full-time job, as opposed to more of this contract junk, that
> I suppose I should find a way to learn more about AIX and/or HPUX,
> that'd open things up a little. Too bad their certs (and courses) are
> so darned expensive.
> Anyway, I'd welcome thoughts (and job offers ;)), and surely *someone*
> else would too. :)
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