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New York Times Job Market Site
Visit the New York Times Job Market site to search for computing job opportunities. Most of the listings are for jobs in the New York, Connecticut, New Jersey and Pennsylvania area (though there are some opportunities in other states). Refine your search by category, city and state. Additional resources for job seekers include salary information, interview tips, job alerts and more. Employers can search for resumes posted to the site, post jobs or buy print and online job postings, find career events and more. is a job site specifically for programming careers. Programmers can use the site to search for targeted jobs, use the Resume Blast to send their resume to multiple employers, set up job alerts and more. For employers, the site offers free salary data, a highly targeted audience of only programmers, and advertising on all of the major search engines to drive traffic to the site and the job postings.
Find IT jobs at Search for jobs by keyword, city, skill, industry and specialty. Additional resources for job seekers include job alerts and a salary survey. Visit the Consultants' Corner to find freelance opportunities or to post your availability to do freelance work. Employers can use to search resumes and post job opportunities.
Jobs for Programmers
Jobs for Programmers is a targeted job site where you can search for programming jobs by keyword or location. Resources for job seekers include resume posting, programming job alerts and career resources. The home page include a list of the top 10 programming jobs on the site, and a list of the top 10 telecommuting and freelance opportunities from
CyberCoders is an online job board founded initially to focus on technology careers (though it has since expanded to include non-technical jobs). Job seekers can search for jobs by keyword and location, post a resume, and set job up alerts so that you are notified when new jobs are posted. You'll also find career tools including interview tips and words of advice about counter offers. Employers can search for candidates through CyberCoders for free; employers pay only if a candidate found through the site is hired.
Dice is the leading technology-focused job board. It provides a highly focused audience of technology professionals for employers to recruit. Job seekers can post their resumes and search for full-time, consulting and contract opportunities. Additional resources include salary surveys, certification test preparation tools and more.
Use to search for jobs by keyword or location, or browse by category, industry, company, and more. Additional resources for job seekers include resume distribution, salary information, career advice, career fairs, job alerts, resume writing information and templates, background checks and more. Employers can use to search resumes, post job opportunities and participate in job fairs. Additional services for employers include candidate screening, career site hosting, print and online advertising, video branding and more.
Monster is one of the largest job web sites. Resources for job seekers include free resume posting, job alerts, job search, career advice, job search tools, articles, message boards, networking opportunities, resume templates and help, relocation information, job fairs and more. Employers use Monster to post jobs, search the resumes posted on Monster and participate in career fairs. You'll also find education information

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Update :: November 15, 2019