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Vitamin: 14 of the Best Developer and Designer Job Boards
2014-06-12 1:46pm -07:00T Visit Vitamin


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Treehouse wants you to find a job. We want to teach you new skills and then help you find a job to match those skills. To help you do that we have recently launched our Career Resources section which offers business courses, interview guidance, job boards, and more. This is only available to current students but we thought we would give you a peek at our list of top job boards that developers and designers use to find jobs. Here is a run-down of the most popular ones that you should be checking out if you’re on the lookout for a job.

There are many ways to find jobs. You can search an employer’s career page, discover opportunities through networking, and explore LinkedIn, Monster, Craigslist, and other valuable sites. You should also consider visiting job boards, including the popular technology boards we’ve listed here.

Don’t forget to search social media in addition to these job boards. LinkedIn can help connect you with people you know at prospective companies, and Twitter allows you to search for hashtags like #jobs along with keywords that match your interests.

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