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July 2010

Hop right in to your job search!

Every summer we watch a bunny. Our job is to keep the bunny alive, well and happy until his 8 and 13 year old owners come to claim him. After he chewed a third hole in my living room carpet, I knew I needed to find alternative ways to entertain bunny.

A Google search on "bunny care" resulted in 17,600,000 links in .29 seconds. Since I have limited time and interest in reading about bunny care, not to mention the fact that the rabbit is hopping around my living room NOW, I am forced to just start clicking. So far, my random picks - like giving him newspaper to chew and paper towel rolls to play with - have failed miserably.

Fortunately, as an engineering student looking for a job, you don't have to make "random clicks" from a long list of Google results. You can register for … 

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Check out DirectEmployers

Conducting a geographically-focused job search?

Interested in moving to a new city, but aren't sure which companies in the area hire engineers?

Looking for an easy-to-use website for job searching, without having to create another job search account or worry about the identity theft endemic to public job boards?

Tired of using a search engine like Google to try to identify companies that might be hiring?

If you answered ‘yes' to any of these questions, you should be using DirectEmployers as a supplement to your ECS job search account. DirectEmployers is a non-profit association of employers, which owns and manages this free, easy to use website.

DirectEmployers is a job search engine that gets right to the point - connecting you with relevant employment opportunities in a specific area. Searching for jobs is streamlined and efficient. You simply plug in a zip code (or City, State), provide a search radius … 

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