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Layne Lund
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Joined: Dec 06, 2001
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I am graduating this semester with a Bachelor degree in Computer Science and Applied Mathematics, as some of you may know from my earlier post. I am looking for a job when I graduate in May. What resources do you suggest I use, either online or off, in my job hunt? So far, I've looked at and Monster seems to be the best I've found so far; I applied for 5 or 6 different openings and have heard back from two of them. What other websites are good to use for searching for technical jobs? Also, are there any offline resources you would recommend?


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Mark Herschberg

Joined: Dec 04, 2000
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Have you tried your college career office? Alumni database? Alumni events?

Layne Lund
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I guess I should have mentioned that I visit Career and Professional Planning (as it is called here) every once in a while. They list jobs through MonsterTRAK, so I look there on occassion as well. However, I haven't tried an alumni database or alumni events. I'll have to look into that. Thanks for the suggestion.

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