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Does JavaRanch advertise for UK based jobs? I find most of the jobs based in US.
BTW I am looking out for London based java jobs. Any offer?
 
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I don't think Javaranch per se advertises for any jobs. But it is a US-based site, and I would hazard a guess that most people who post here are interested in US-based jobs.
Have you tried the uk job websites? (eg monster, stepstone, jobsearch?)
 
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There are lots of people from London using JavaRanch. I don't see why somebody from london might not stand up and say "I work for a company in london that is hiring Java people!"
 
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True, it's just that the impression I get from the discussion is that the vast majority of folks here are interested in US-based work. You're right, there's no reason at all why someone shouldn't stand up and say that. But there is also a difference in the variety of choice between looking for work and waiting for it to tap you on the shoulder. Just my humble tuppence.
[This message has been edited by George Brown (edited October 09, 2000).]
 
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