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Job Postings allowed?

Matt Weidenfeller
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Joined: Jan 25, 2012
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Hi,

Just checking to see if/Where job postings would be appropriate here?

Thanks!

Matt
Henry Wong
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Matt Weidenfeller wrote:Hi,

Just checking to see if/Where job postings would be appropriate here?

Thanks!

Matt


Job postings are generally posted in the jobs offered forum....

http://www.coderanch.com/forums/f-6/Jobs-Offered

Also, from the top of the forum...

Recruiters:
Position postings must include a city (location) in the subject, or the post will be deleted.
It is asked that you include the Posting Date in the Topic Title.
(U.S. companies may want to include H1B sponsorship information in the body as well.)



Henry


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