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KITList job posting site

Sue Connelly created the KITList (Keep in Touch List) as a way of connecting alumni from Silicon Graphics. Today over 64,000 people subscribe to the KITList which has 2 lists

(technical and non-technical) on which recruiters post real jobs. While the KITList started in Silicon Valley, California, the postings are for positions all over the US as are the participants on the List.


28 votes

Web 2.0/social media sites specializing in job searches or job postings

The KITList

Sue Connelly started the KITList (Keep in Touch List) as her personal mailing list for alumni from Silicon Graphics. It grew by word of mouth to its current form as a recruiter-paid Job Posting mailer to 64,000 subscribers. Now that social media is all the rage, Sue has expanded the site to be a social media site. Check the current "Pay IT Forward" push for this week.


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Career tools (e.g ladders, transition tools, etc.)

Rapid Guide - Favorite tool for hundreds of labor orgaizations

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Over 1 million Rapid Guides have been used by colleges, workforce agencies, One-Stops, Career Centers and other organizations to educate people on topics including how to find a job, layoff survival, interviewing, financial aid, scholarships, youth services.

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108 votes