Where do people look for new jobs besides dice, indeed and linked in ? mds dont care how bad their managers are and i need to start somewhere else.
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Oh my gosh. Please don't start that one again. We have had enough of that. Along with the ooops I meant Les Schwab.
To the original question about where to look for jobs…
In addition to the sites you mentioned, what worked for me is to write a list of companies you like or might want to work for. Then frequently look at their job sites and sign up for job alerts if they have them so you can be an early applicant. And it helps to tweak your resume based on the company so it focuses on relevant details they will care about.
I never had luck doing the “click to apply” on indeed or LinkedIn, but others may have
Is anyone going to help OP with the question? I would like some pointers to.
Please do the needy and the needful. I have doubt.
The last two posters sounds like 3rd graders. Seriously feel sorry for both of you.
Have you googled AVL and Red-Black trees yet? Otherwise, shuuush.
You’re the guy at the party who tells the same joke over and over again to the same person then gets mad they aren’t laughing. Good jokes Stuart Smalley, I mean Tim Heier.
I'm sure you don't even understand what BST rotations are to begin with. Try googling for AVL and Red-Black trees and then after 5 years, come back and comment. Pfff. Not impressed.
I agree with the OP. IO&C, it's MD and Director level leadership is very out of touch and in it for themselves. I'd recommend using Blind for job search.
Why would you want to miss out listening to Simon noodles ramble on about stuff??? Get some popcorn and just be pretend to be interested.
You know it’s not very funny when after a year of lame binary search rotations “jokes”, people still don’t have a clue to what you are talking about. Heier should probably have you retire that schtick and come up with something new. Try being an innovator for once, break out of your schwab mentality.
Just go to the website for Les Schwab. They have openings for full-time Rotator positions. Rotating nodes in a binary search tree. Flexibility to rotate left or rotate right, your choice. They also align with you, literally. Tire alignment is not overrated and is actually very satisfying.
Dice? You are an old timer. LOL.