"Proactive? Paradigm? Aren't those just words dumb people use to sound smart?"
September 11, 2009 8:49 AM Subscribe
Where does one proactively look for software (specifically Flex) jobs these days?
posted by drjimmy11 to work & money (6 answers total) 11 users marked this as a favorite
So I'm on the market. I have about ten years web/software development experience overall, with the last 3 focused in Flex. I'm in Los Angeles and not keen to move.
In the past I would just put my resume up on Dice and get bombarded by recruiters. This time though, the response has been a little more sparse, and I'd like to find something sooner than later.
Are the major search sites (Monster, Careerbuilder) as useless as I remember them for tech jobs?
Is there anywhere tech-specific besides Dice I should post my resume, or search for jobs? This would include job sites or message boards or whatever.
Are there any other strategies I'm missing, or should I just browse the websites of specific employers who i think I might like?