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Career and Job Search Guide
  

Computer, IT and Tech Job Search Resources

This page contains top computer, IT and tech job search resources for aspiring career professionals. If you are searching for a job or career within a specific region we recommend that visiting the jobs by state section of this site.

  • CIO Wanted - this site is sponsored by IDG, the company that published the C/O Magazine. This site is designed for people looking for executive level jobs. Job searches can be narrowed by region, position, and keywords. Users can also register to receive information about new postings through e-mail. There is no privacy policy and resume posting service on this site.

  • Computer Jobs - this site contains information about computer-related jobs across the country. Job searches can be narrowed by specialty, job skills, and region. Freelance projects are also posted here. There is no privacy policy, but users can protect confidential information.

  • Computerjobsfinder.com - this free site allows users to search for computer jobs and post resumes. Searches can be narrowed by region or job specialty, such as programming, software development, etc.

  • Computer Jobs Store - this site is designed to help technology specialists locate jobs or find new career opportunities specific to their skill set. Job seekers can search for jobs across the country, but there are many openings listed in Washington D.C., Texas, Atlanta, Chicago, and Florida.

  • ComputerWork - this site contains postings for consulting and full time opportunities. Jobs postings are categorized by agency. Users can also upload their resumes on this site.

  • Dev Bistro - this free site enables people looking for permanent and freelance jobs to find available openings. Job searches can be narrowed by city, keywords, or specialty. Users can upload resumes on this site.

  • Dice - this site contains more than 20,000 temporary or permanent high tech jobs. Job searches can be narrowed by region (including opportunities in foreign countries), telephone area codes, and travel requirements. Job openings are usually listed by agency or company. There is no privacy policy, but users can request that promotional e-mails not be sent to them.

  • Agaveblue - this site contains information about IT jobs. Job seekers can search through job postings, upload their resumes, and locate information about training and certification. Searches can be narrowed by region and keywords. Those seeking freelance opportunities must pay a fee.

  • Atlantic Research Technologies - this site is designed to find experienced individuals to fill positions as middle and upper level supervisors for high tech companies and manufacturing firms.

  • BrassRing.com - this site contains information for high tech specialists looking for a job or seeking new opportunities. Users can also upload resumes and find useful career resources.

  • BroadbandCareers.com - this free site is intended to help IP, broadband, and telecommunication specialists locate career opportunities. Users can upload resumes, request information from over 8,000 companies, and search job postings. Searches can be narrowed by region, specialty, and industry.

  • Diversity/Careers in Engineering & Information Technology Magazine - this site is useful for college students or working professionals seeking IT and engineering jobs. Users can browse through job postings and upload resumes.

  • ERP-Jobs - this free site permits workers with e-commerce, customer relationship management, enterprise application integration, supply chain management, and business intelligence experience to locate freelance projects or new career opportunities. Users can also register for a service matching career opportunities to skill sets.

  • GraduatingEngineering.com - this site contains important education and career advice for people majoring in engineering or computer science. There is no fee to use this site.

  • hightechNY.com - this site is designed for people seeking opportunities in one of 13,000 high tech firms located in the state of New York. It contains many job postings, and searches can be narrowed by company and job specialty. Links are posted containing information about career training and job fairs. There is no fee to use this site.

  • HireAbility.com - this site permits IT freelance workers and companies offering projects to either browse for opportunities or post projects. Freelance workers can also post profiles. This site does not charge a fee to use its services.

  • ISHunter.com - this site contains information for systems analysts and administrators, programmers, and engineers seeking new jobs or opportunities. Job seekers can browse through over 16,000 current job openings. There is no fee to use this site.

  • JobWarehouse.com - this site provides job-seekers looking for high tech or computer related jobs an opportunity to upload their resumes and browse for jobs by region. Users must register to use these services, but there is no registration fee.

  • Programmer Jobs - this site contains job postings for programmers and software engineers. Users can upload resumes and browse through useful career links. There is no fee to use this site.

  • MyJobAgent.com - this free site was developed to assist Smalltalk and Java developers find job opportunities. Users can sign up to receive new job listings e-mailed to them and upload their resumes.

  • My Nice Job - this site permits IT specialists to browse through job listings and upload their resumes. There is no fee to use this site, but users must register to use its services.

  • NerdsWanted.com - IT professionals can use this site to upload their resumes, utilize a job-search agent, and browse through numerous technical job postings. Job searches can be narrowed by region, keywords, and date of job posting. There is no fee to use this site.

  • SoftwareJobLink - this free site is targeted towards individuals interested in the software industry. Job searches can be narrowed by region, specialty, or keywords. Job-seekers may also register for e-mailed job notifications, post a profile, and upload their resumes.

  • OperationITe - this free site permits people looking for freelance and permanent jobs browse through available listings. It also features a resume posting service.

  • Techies.com - people can search for jobs on this site without registering. Jobs searches can be narrowed by region and keyword. There is a privacy policy that permits users to decide whether to protect their information or not. Those wanting to apply for specific jobs must register.

  • Tech-Engine - this site contains various IT job postings and a feature to browse these listings. Users will be able to find well paying jobs with some of the world's most well known companies. When applying for positions on this site, job seekers will work through hiring managers. Recruiters and headhunters are prohibited from this site. No fee is charged to look for jobs on this site.

  • Tech-Jobs.com - this free site permits job-seekers looking for jobs or new opportunities in information technology to upload their resumes and browse current job postings or consulting projects. Job searches can be narrowed by region, qualifications, and specialties.

  • JustTechJobs.com - this free site permits job-seekers to browse through job postings and upload their resumes. It also contains over 45 IT job boards organized by specialty. Sites with similar high tech jobs include JustJavaJobs.com, JustUNIXJobs.com, and JustPerlJobs.com. Searches can be narrowed by keywords, company, and date of posting.

  • Management Recruiters of Silicon Valley - this site is designed for high tech professionals looking for jobs around the globe.

  • TelecomCareers.Net - this free site provides information about job opportunities in telecommunications. Job seekers can browse through job postings and upload their resumes. Many helpful links and other resources are found on this site.

  • ThinkJobs.com - this site enables professionals seeking technical and energy related jobs to sign up for a job search agent, upload their resumes, and browse current jobs postings by region without any fees. Most postings on this site are located in the southeast.

  • WorkinWireless.com - this site was developed for professionals in the telecom and semiconductor industries (satellite, broadband, cellular, etc.). Those looking for new jobs or opportunities can browse through job listings, submit resumes, and explore a variety of career resources free of charge. Job searches can be narrowed.
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