[San-Diego-pm] jobs available, going unfulfilled
rkleeman at energoncube.net
Thu Sep 23 14:31:47 PDT 2010
I believe many are looking in the wrong places. On occasion, I will
be contacted about somebody looking to hire for a position, but those
requests are very sporadic, and seldom by the same person twice. I
don't know how many people have responded to the emails I've
forwarded, so it's possible recruiters may think this is a dry well
(and not come back). Maybe advertising needs to hit up the recruiters
to inform them that the market is not dry.
Perhaps a new avenue to explore: What are the recruiters seeing? Is
there really a shortage of Perl hiring out there, or do they not know
how to find us?
On Thu, Sep 23, 2010 at 2:15 PM, Randal L. Schwartz
<merlyn at stonehenge.com> wrote:
>>>>>> "Manuel" == Manuel S <manuel at themusiczone.net> writes:
> Manuel> I work in San Diego for DrJays.com and we are actively looking
> Manuel> for mid/senior level Perl developers to work on our ERP
> Manuel> system. </shameless_plug> When I took 'Intro to Computer
> Manuel> Programming' they were teaching Perl. Now, it seems, Java is the
> Manuel> common place language to teach for introduction and students are
> Manuel> going out into the working world with this under their belt.
> See... and that's what's confusing me. I see people say they need jobs
> so badly they moved *out* of SD, and then you come along and say "we
> need people".
> So it must also be that the skillsets are wrong, or a mismatch in
> pay-for-experience. Any thoughts on that?
> Or is it just that recruiters aren't speaking in areas that potential
> recruits are listening?
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