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www.Where the Jobs Are


www.craigslist.com
The best way to find a job in the Bay Area, particularly in tech. Has a community feel. Launched eight other U.S. sites and two in Australia just this summer.

www.firsttuesday.com
A line into startups looking for talent. More for young would-be entrepreneurs than mid- or upper-level execs seeking a safe place to land.

www.hotjobs.com
Fewer listings than Monster.com but better organized. Lets users cut and paste their resumes.

www.headhunter.net
Lots of high-paying jobs but takes more clicks to get information. Plans more niche sites.

www.journalismjobs.com
Favorite of small-town papers has national reach.

www.mediabistro.com
Great for entry-level jobs in print and new media, but still New York City-centric. Senior editorial listings are becoming more common.

www.monster.com
Allows job seekers direct contact with job listers. But its resume process and endless listings can be cumbersome.

www.telecomcareers.net
National in scope, this New Orleans-based telecom site lets job seekers find highly specialized postings.

www.thestandard.com/jobs
Its star attraction: upper management postings rarely seen in other sites. But the listings are usually placed by headhunters, not the companies themselves.


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