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    2023-09-26

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  • Can’t find Junior dev job. About to lose it all. What’s a good pivot career?
    Get your resume on one of the Resume Review posts. Do more impressive projects. Build a complete full-stack application in React/NextJS, user logins and all. Apply on more than one job site. You most likely are not going to get your job from a LinkedIn Easy Apply. Get on https://dice.com. The postings here are horrendous and mostly 3rd party recruiter garbage, but many of the decent employers search for your... Source: 8 months ago
  • What remote jobs are you working from Tucson?
    I got hired based on a referral from a friend I used to work with, but when I was in the market I used mainly dice.com to search for remote jobs. Source: 8 months ago
  • Best way to find a Blazor job?
    Dice.com shows very few Blazor jobs. Like 5 for remote only. I haven't checked other job boards yet. It's time consuming to ask, for every full stack .NET job, the company or recruiter if the company is or plans to use Blazor in the near future. Source: 9 months ago
  • How to break into Data Analyst/Business Analyst Role? Any recommended certs?
    Don't let all the discouraging people get to you! The secret is to pick a vendor tool and master it! Check out dice.com and looks for the requirements, how many people are hiring for that skill, and what the reoccuring skills are. Source: about 1 year ago
  • Any Resources to for people who lost a job.
    Dice.com is where those jobs are posted. Source: about 1 year ago
  • You don’t need a LinkedIn account when you’re OE or mainly in general
    LinkedIn is a scam, stay away from it. You have a lot of other options, monster.com dice.com glassdoor.com computerjobs.com techcareers.com careerbuilders.com indeed.com redballooon.work careervault.io flexjobs.com and you can still hit up the big recruiter agencies careers.cognizant.com teksystms.com so on. Source: about 1 year ago
  • Python Scrapper for dice.com with Litestar
    Hi, I made this web scrapper to scrape jobs from dice.com and store it in PostgreSQL DB with a fetch API using Litestar framework. The main goal for this project was to learn/familiarize myself with new python frameworks and librearies such as : Litestar, Piccolo ORM etc-. Source: about 1 year ago
  • IT Internships?
    I am signed up with Dice Job alerts at dice.com for IT in the region and frequently see postings for junior cybersecurity positions, frequently in government and VA but it's worth setting up a profile and having a look. Swing away at the junior positions though don't restrict yourself to internships. Source: over 1 year ago
  • Seeing if I have a case for BD on my loans. I did not put anything in as I may have been one of the decent students from DeVry that got a job right within 6 months of graduating college.
    Now, at this time, circa 2014, I heard that DeVry was getting a reputation of a degree mill and recruiters may have ghosted students with DeVry in their resume, but I cannot prove if that was the case. This may have prevented me of getting a job in the Chicagoland area. So, a friend of mine told me about Dice.com. Source: over 1 year ago
  • Laid off, $3 in bank, rent in three days
    Yes if you go to dice.com or any jobs site there are literally more listings than anyone can count for software/web development and most of them seem to go unfilled. Most can be worked remotely too. Hard to believe OP is really out there searching and can't get hits. Forget about local jobs - work remote and you'll find tons of companies in the middle of nowhere that are desperate for developers. Source: over 1 year ago
  • IT work
    Get on dice.com and look for an entry level position like "Computer Operator". Get in the door and work your way up. That's what I did. Source: over 1 year ago
  • I would appreciate any feedback from the over 50 crowd.
    I suggest to get an idea as to which path you might want to jump into is to search website like dice.com or monsterjobs.com, glassdoor.com, indeed.com, select IT jobs and then read the descriptions of all the different positions you see out there and kind of select a handful that sound closest to what might interest you and go from there. Source: over 1 year ago
  • Looking for job recommendations (IT or other)
    Not sure about Nashville specific but dice.com is good for tech jobs. Source: over 1 year ago
  • Job Change
    I've had decent luck with dice.com and the job openings posted to LinkedIn, but I'm in tech and I have heard anecdotes that lots of non-tech roles posted to LinkedIn are vapor and not real. . Source: over 1 year ago
  • Tips on searching for a job?
    Dice.com is a search engine specifically for tech jobs. Source: over 1 year ago
  • I don't like web components. Here's why.
    Angular and React are supported by big companies and will be around for many years. At least until I retire, if they will ever go away. There are plenty of jobs that are looking for these types of developers. I did a job search for 'web components' and got zero results on dice.com. There are a ton of documentation, samples, demos, libraries, tutorials, books, blog posts, tweets on Angular and React. Much much less... Source: over 1 year ago
  • Passed CYSA after 2 1/2 weeks of rigorous study
    Go to dice.com and look for jobs that require a security clearance. You'll be surprised how many companies will "sponsor" you to get a secret clearance to put you on a contract. The process to obtain a secret clearance doesn't take long at all and so this is what motivates these companies to hire people that previously don't have a clearance. Hit me up if you need more advice! I can provide much more information! Source: over 1 year ago
  • If someone wants a very high paying job is it pretty much a guarantee that they'll need to travel?
    I'm ignorant on whether NZ folks can use them, but if your PM resume is strong, posting it on dice.com and indeed.com will get your phone blown up with these pretty regularly. Source: over 1 year ago
  • Just got a Part-time remote Sr. L1 Support Specialist job (remote) how i did it
    I feel like if I didn't want to stay solely remote I could have found a local job in a week. I have my resume on dice.com indeed.com, and I get about 10-15 calls every day. Super annoying but have had a few remote help desk interviews through that as well. A lot of screening questions on the first interviews asked for the A+ or CCNA. Source: over 1 year ago
  • Why are there no or very few Blazor jobs?
    I did a search on dice.com for Blazor jobs, filtered by remote only and full time. I got 0 results! (Without filters, 10 jobs in the whole US.). Source: over 1 year ago
  • Immigrant Junior Network Engineer needs help finding the job
    Check out dice.com. It's like Indeed, but focused on just IT jobs. Look for recruiters. See if there are any government agencies in the area you are planning on moving to and see try and find out what contractors are staffing for those agencies. Source: over 1 year ago

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