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Post subject: Anybody finding jobs here? Posted:
Fri Apr 22, 2005 8:40 am
Hi. I've been a radar designer (military)
for 20 years and am thinking about finding a new employer. I hesitate
to put my resume "out there" because of being innundated with headhunters.
Sure, I know lots of folks in the field, but don't want to start rumors.
Has this forum been good for you people for feeling out the job
market? Kirt have you gotten any feedback about how effective this forum
is? A quick scan of the page views on the Employment forum looks to
add up to around 50,000 or so. Surely a number of people have had at
lease some reportable experiences.
How about it guys, what's
been your experience?
hard but getting betterPosted: Thu Apr 28, 2005 5:00 pm
it is very
hard to say.
you get interviews where companies interview over
50 candidates and don't hire, and are being picky, incredibly. they
are looking for someone that will knock them out, sort of rolling hiring,
hire if you impress.
other places are actually growing, but they
are hard to find, and you can only find out through emailing people
directly at companies, networking and just plain luck.
notice companies are not advertising a lot of positions except for the
usual suspects (intel, qualcomm etc) because they don't have the HR
manpower to handle the large volume of resumes, which is why you aren't
posting your resume, since you don't want calls !
i have a question
.. after all your experience, do you have advice for young(er) people