14) The Ladders: Technology Jobs
Yes, IT pays well, as long as you can stay employed. Ladders lists IT (and also non-IT) jobs that pay $100k or more a year. Encouraging fact: after management jobs, the largest category at the site is technology jobs.
Like all popular programming languages, PHP is international, so these listings span the country and the globe.
18) Vault: Technology Jobs
No, not an IT job site, but a source of information about your potential IT employer. Vault offers reams of information on companies and educational programs.
19) IEEE Job Site
As the times have changed, IEEE (Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers) has expanded its purview far beyond electric engineers, hence the IT jobs on this site.
Popular among programmers and tech support staff from developing countries, oDesk focuses on freelance tech work.
21) Information Technology Crossing
You have to pay to join. The site claims that charging users instead of employers (the usual method) enables them to list more IT job openings.
Dont be discouraged by the Logistics label: Take a look at this sites Systems/ IT section. And remember that companies involved with logistics are some of the largest IT employers.
23) Net Temps: Info Tech
Yes, you want a full-time gig, but in the meantime you can pick up some contract work. Some companies hire contract workers part-time as an audition for a full-time gig.
24) RoadTechs: Computer and Telecom
Have skills, will travel. Focusing on short term (or indefinite term) jobs, RoadTechs bills itself as the interactive site for the traveling contractor.
Both temp and full-time IT jobs, emphasizing the UK and European market. On a recent visit it claimed some 26,000 jobs.
Also See: How Not to Get an IT Job: 10 Tips
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