Job board variations: many paths to job seeking enlightenment

I continue to be amazed at the pace of start-ups in the job board sector. No matter that we’re in the midst of the worst recession since the Great Depression; no matter that companies are shedding workers like cat fur in the summertime. Those job boards just keep coming (and mind you, I’m not upset, as I get the chance to work with some of them!).


Although many of these new sites resemble existing job boards, a number of them keep trying different ways to bring job seekers and employers together. I last looked at new sites in March – and  I thought it would be useful (and fun) to take a look at some recent entrants:

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