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  Is it realistic to find a job online? 
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_MD_ Jul 19, 2007, 09:10am EDT Report Abuse
I'm not talking about general labour or as**tty job @ minimum pay... But a career job... I know some of my clients have postings on etc... But that's an entry position...
So obviously 75% of professional jobs are through networking but do you think it's realistic to find it online?

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Max Lindholm Jul 19, 2007, 09:23am EDT Report Abuse
>> Re: Is it realistic to find a job online?
The supervisor at my new job found his job on, and it was a management position at a software company. Many companies have job listings on their own web sites, nvidia, NASA contractors, etc. They almost always have a full range of positions, from entry-level to experienced management levels.

Chris McNally Jul 19, 2007, 06:49pm EDT Report Abuse
>> Re: Is it realistic to find a job online?
I got my current job last year from posting my CV on monster - I'm the manager of a Network Management centre for the major UK telecomms provider. I recommed Monster, although I think I was probably quite fortunate too, right place right time etc.

Give it a try - you have nothing to lose by looking online for a job.


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