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- From: "Dennis S. Wish" <wish(--nospam--at)cwia.com>
- Date: Thu, 23 Apr 1998 11:55:41 -0700
I posted my vote on the web site, but since Shafats response, the simple question on the web survey is not enough. My vote is based upon wanting Job Seekers (as Bruce calls them) to have the freedom to post on the list. I wish to exclude those whose job it is to place engineers (AKA head hunters). I wish to include those firms that need people immediately. Therefore, there needs to be a way to be selective on this issue. My vote is based upon the importance to the Job Seeker above all problems associated with the flood of advertisements for jobs by head hunters. I appreciate SEAOC's needs to create income from Advertisers on the web and the need for engineers to access the web to support advertisers - this is important for all of our benefit since it derives income to support this list and web server. However, we have a humanitarian need that, at this point in my opinion, outweighs the inconvenience that may arise from unsolicited job shops. I vote to allow Employers and Seekers to post on the list. Dennis Wish PE -----Original Message----- From: Parkerres [mailto:Parkerres(--nospam--at)aol.com] Sent: Thursday, April 23, 1998 8:07 AM To: seaoc(--nospam--at)seaoc.org Subject: Re: One Question Survey Shafat - First, I will fill out the survey. Now, since I started this whole mess, a couple of more thoughts on the job ads. 1. In addition to posting our ad on the list-serve, we also called SEAOSC to run the ad in the newsletter. It will run, but not until the June issue. Even though this is later than I want, I will pay for it, and run it anyway. 2. By posting the note on the list-serve instead of, or in addition to, the job search on the web page, I also reach engineers who may not be looking for a job, but may know of people that are. Referrals have been a good source of job applicants for us over the years, and this is a nice benefit to the list- serve. 3. I understand your point about free advertising, and it is well taken. I would be willing to pay some fee to place my "Help Wanted" ad on the list- serve. Though, I think Job Seekers should be able to post for free. That's it for now. Bruce Resnick, SE Parker Resnick Str. Eng.
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