That could help me with contacts for jobs? I just moved down to Orlando on a 6-month contract and have been released before my contract expired because of budget issues. I'm really more interested in full-time work. I just took the contract to get me down here and I want to stay in the Orlando area. I tried posting my resume in the Job's wanted category the other day, but I got an error posting from home for some reason. I'll try again later. you can find my online resume here... http://home.cfl.rr.com/brownsabode/JBRes2002.html Thanks
Yeeps. Just what Orlando needed. Another driver on the road. BTW, we're thinking of passing a law that says if you move to Florida you have to bring your own water Here's something few people realize. Although you'd think that Miami/South Florida would be the best market for IT jobs because of its size and polulation, actually it's Tampa and Jacksonville. Tampa/St. Pete is actually the most recession-proof. However, you really SHOULD bring your own water there! Orlando has begun to build up more tech jobs (for years it only APPEARED to be a high-tech place), but it's not as much noted for "big iron" shops as Tampa or Jax. Monster.com is overrated. I like http://www.florida.computerjobs.com/site_drilldown.asp ALLTEL was looking for WebLogic talent in Jacksonville. Last I heard, they were trying to get it for $65K, though.
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