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Old 11-08-2006, 10:34 AM
PyramidReg PyramidReg is offline
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Default Any ideas on job postings

Hey everyone, I am looking for a few suggestions on good places to post a job ad for a second/junior post audio engineer. If anyone has any ideas or suggestions on newspapers,magazines and/or websites that would be great!

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Old 11-08-2006, 10:56 AM
Lee Blaske Lee Blaske is offline
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Default Re: Any ideas on job postings

Are you close to any audio related schools? If so, they'd be more than happy to send a hoard of grads your way, and you could have the pick of the litter. There's such an oversupply, that you might be able to get them to pay you to work at your place. Once you're on their radar screen, though, you'll have to beat applicants away with a stick.

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