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I think this sounds fun to me. I know I wouldn't mind seeing if anyone here was looking for employment. The company I work for is always looking for good perl people.

Similarly I think it would be neat to add a special area for available job posting. I know people dont want to clutter up the message boards with job postings, and I whole heartedly agree. I dont want to see a flood of job crap unless I am looking. But It would be cool if there was a serperate area where jobs can get posted, and maybe can't get replied to. And these new posting dont get posted to the Newest Nodes to prevent the clutter. So you have to go out of your way to find them, or have a special user option to enable tracking of new jobs in the Newest Nodes page.

I think this would be cool to be able to see the variety of perl jobs out there. I am getting really freaking tired of making cgi program after program, I feel like I am turning into a one trick pony (uhh ... make that monkey?). So I am starting to look for something a little different and challenging with perl, but I havent found much. Just tons more cgi perl jobs.

In reply to RE: Employment Status by perlmonkey
in thread Employment Status by httptech

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