Finding a Job on the Internet
The Ada Home Job Center should be your first stop
to read classified job ads from companies hiring Ada developers.
In addition, we have selected for this guide a number of Web resources that
can help you in your search.
Start with The Riley Guide:
Employment Opportunities and Job Resources on the Internet for
advice on how to use the Internet to find a job.
Then take advantage of the links collected below.
- IEEE-USA Employment Services
-- many job listings and an extensive collection of links to employment resources.
-- a database of companies with openings and over 57,000 postings sorted
and indexed daily from among the top "*.jobs.offered" Usenet newsgroups
in the world.
- The Monster Board
-- over 55,000 job listings worldwide.
-- search newspaper employment ads from sixteen cities,
The Atlanta Journal--Constitution,
The Boston Globe,
the Chicago Tribune,
the Los Angeles Times,
The New York Times,
the San Jose Mercury News,
and The Washington Post.
- The Internet's Online Career Center
-- one of the oldest and best developed Internet career resources,
with job listings, student resources, and links to company pages.
- ACM Career Opportunities
-- online listing of ads placed in ACM publications.
- ZD Net Job Database
-- a comprehensive, nation-wide job listing service for computer
professionals developed by publisher Ziff-Davis.
Listings of Companies
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