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It will be nice if you can search for online jobs or jobs at distance, I mean, there are many jobs that does not requiere that the employee is on the same building or even country that his employer. I don't care if the company that is offering the job is in Germany and I live on Africa for example, if I can do the job (such as software development, web master, server administration, etc.). I have not seen any job finding tool that let you search using that filter, and I think that on year 2012 that's kind of incredible.
Hmm International Linux jobs. Couple of months ago I saw a post offering a reward for and I quote.
"Up to £1000 referral reward for recommending an Embedded Linux Engineer". At first I thought cheek then I thought may be not such a bad idea. Posting and helping your community is a great advertisement. I wonder if recruiters ever look at our pages, the person with the reward obviously did.
I don't how it works anywhere else but in the UK Employers use recruitment agency's heavily and recruiters collect potential employees by the bucket load. I agree with frankbell the first hurdle is getting employers to look at LQ but I would find it objectionable if recruitment agency's posted just collect more people.
Hi, thanks for this great list. I couldn't apply for a EU job 100miles from my city because it was in another country. Remember if you can work in the EU you can work in every country of the EU, not only your home country.