It’s not just for used furniture anymore. A quick look at the software positions posting for the San Francisco Bay Area turns up more than 100 available positions, posted in the past two days alone. The New York City page offers jobs in everything from Apple iOS development to entry-level programming.
First launched in 1993, this IT-focused recruitment service has a global footprint and lists a total of 11,549 tech jobs in the United States, which users can search by company name, specialization or general location. The site also offers a learning zone with courses like Java development and other career-boosting curricula.
Perhaps due to the limited amount of information users can post on microblogging site Twitter, that platform ranked as the least important social network for recruiting, but was still mentioned by 16 percent of respondents. Could you get hired in 140 characters or less?