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Do you really think recruiters will quietly confine their
postings to a small area of Perl Monks that doesn't even
show up under "Newest Nodes"? My experience with recruiters
is that they will pose as a fellow tech person
(not outright lying, but implying), or run you down with
their car so they can give you a business card, or call
you every @$* day for weeks until you finally break down
and promise to send them your sister's first born kid as
soon as he gets his CS degree.
Or maybe I'm just bitter and inclined towards
Anyway, what about linking? Instead of posting perl jobs
here, post them in the appropriate spot (monster.com or
elance or guru.com) and then stick a link in your sig or bio...
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