Where the Web 2.0 jobs are

Where the Web 2.0 jobs are

Want a piece of the Web 2.0 action? You can troll the standard job listings on Monster.com, Dice, or Craigslist, or jump over to the TechCrunch community and scope out its new job board, the CrunchBoard. Like the competing 37Signals job board, the value of this job board is not the number of its posted jobs nor its features (there's neither search nor even geographic filtering--yet). Rather, it's the fact that what you're likely to find on this site is nothing but cutting-edge tech jobs. You won't find those boring, stable, reliable-paycheck enterprise IT gigs here.

These two boards should also serve as good barometers of the Web industry. For the moment, the forecast looks sunny.

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