why job boards are evil!The only service out there that puts you first and goes out and finds every design job it can in the market instead of waiting for jobs to come to them!
The entire business model of every job site I am aware of is based on waiting for employers to come to the website to post jobs. Once the employers come to the website, the job board then will charge them hundreds of dollars to post a single job.Whew... I got that off my chest. Just writing this makes me queasy. I actually have a headache right now. When I think about this business model of other job boards I start thinking about:
It is not uncommon for employers posting jobs on public job boards to get thousands of applications for a single design position.What do you think this does for your odds of getting the position?
EVIDENCE OF EVIL:
The job board industry goes out and promotes themselves with ads in the Super Bowl and other places, and this results in job seekers swarming to these sites and flooding the jobs on them with resumes. This makes it almost impossible for you to get the jobs you are applying to.
Only DesigningCrossing consolidates every job it can find in the domain and puts all of the job listings it locates in one place.