Local Monster.com-type sites
At the beginning of February I moved to Sarasota, Florida. Then I started looking for web-dev jobs (throughout all of Florida) at all the big websites, including:
Career Builder is allied with a lot of newspapers and offers the Monster.com type of website w/ local jobs, but in just about every area instead of tech only. Here in Iowa, there are a lot of area-related job sites that offer services to any local business, again, tech or not. Their commercials say they are effective :p but I've never used them so I can't really say. You might get a little better response from smaller sized companies at places like this though. That's my .01.
Smart me didn't notice you listed career builder. Sorry.
Here in Michigan the state runs a great job board as part of the Unemployment Agency, called Michigan Works. I've gotten four jobs using their service. It's mostly actual employers, rather than recruiters, so the jobs are real, rather than a recruiter hoping that a position will open up for them to fill. The downside is that it's promoted to a lot of small employers, some of whom are on shaky financial ground (hence the need for four jobs found through the service). For those of you looking to work in Michigan, it's at http://www.michiganworks.org
Anything like this for Canada? (Montreal, Ottawa, Vancouver, Edmonton, Calgary, Toronto)
Montreal has Jobboom; Canada has Workopolis. There are newsgroups too that may-or-may-not be a waste of time, i.e. tor.jobs.offered, can.jobs.gov, mtl.jobs, etc.
Check local newspapers and their associated websites - they can have all sorts of useful things, including job ads that aren't just an online copy of what's in the newspaper.
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