Building and using job boards are two different things

I’m building a marimba. I’ve been a musician for years (although not a marimba player) but have never – until now – built an instrument. Believe me, building is different from playing. It helps to be a musician if you are creating an instrument – but the mindset is quite different. You’re worried about the ‘how’ – i.e., how high does that key need to be above the resonator to amplify without altering the pitch. You’re focused on the end result – you want to build an instrument that serves the musician, not one that gets in their way.


Same thing with job boards. Almost everyone you know has used a job board at some point; some folks, like recruiters and HR pros, use them every day. But what happens when one of those users decides to build a
job board? Keep reading....

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