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When I read the OP's job wanted as posted by kvale my first thoughts were:

Is this an ad or a job listing? It mentions NOTHING valuable for determining that the job on offer is worth MY time to even look further. It is all "Marketing Monkey Hooey".

If a job offer reads like a TV ad, it is (IMNHO) obvious that the people I would work with/for directly had/have zero input in the hiring process... And I should think about jumping to that ship from this one?

Every job listing should have zero buzz words and a good amount of hard data. No, you don't have to give out "trade secrets", but you do need to list real skill sets that you require, and those sets you will be willing to "bring up to speed".


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In reply to Re^2: Developer::Perl::Find by Madams
in thread Developer::Perl::Find by gryphon

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