Check out the article below written by myself and published at ehow.com
In the state of economy with unemployment hovering around 8.9%, looking for a job not only guarantees little or no response or call back, but if you got a call back you will be competing with a size able amount of prospects. What is a job hunter to do?
At any time in history of America, there are always sectors of the economy doing well while other sectors maybe languishing, now is not an exception. Companies that are differentiating themselves in their industry and providing much needed services as well as show means of attaining profitability are the ones that have the funds or are getting the funds needed to operate effectively and efficiently and moreover are the ones aggressively looking to expand in different directions with the much needed manpower and expertise in terms of new hires. In other words the new jobs are being created by startup that are currently being funded, in the process of being funded or currently profitable and looking to expand aggressively to take make share.
In looking at some venture funds website, one can still see that they are investing in promising startup and these start-ups are then going out and hiring the needed expertise to deliver on their promise to their owners (financial backers).
Job web sites like monster.com, hotjobs.com, dice.com still provide thousands of listings which may include jobs from these start-ups but there is a higher chance that companies directly listing there openings in startup jobs specific web sites are looking to aggressively fill those positions and also these start-up jobs specific website are not really as well known as the popular site such as monster, hot jobs and dice.
For the job hunter that doesn’t mind grunting it out and possibly enjoying the fruits of their labor at a later time if the company ends up going public might be well suited to concentrate their jobs search at the following start-up jobs specific or related sites.
http://www.leavewallstreetjoinastartup.com/ (Niche site)