Though it may seem like many of the job opportunities in the United States have dried up as of late, you can find a wealth of job postings on the Web that may be right up your alley. From programmers to promotions, there are many startup companies looking to hire just the right people for the positions they have open. These 18 services represent a mixture of well-known mainstream sites and companies that focus on nothing more than listings in the Web 2.0/startup market.
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General Job Site Startup Listings
AOL.CareerBuilder.com - The nice thing about the AOL.CareerBuilder.com site is that you have the salary range listed on the summary page as opposed to having to go into each listing.
Jobster.com - While they have a startups section, finding Microsoft intermixed in their thousands of listings makes you think it’s more a general technology area.
Monster.com - One of the longest running online job sites has numerous job listings for startups that you can search by company, date, job title or relevance.
Yahoo Hot Jobs - Yahoo’s job listings includes numerous listings for jobs at startups, most of them seem to be centered on the technical side.
AsiaWired.com - Looking for startups in Asia? This may be the solution for you.
CoNotes.com - Focusing on nothing but jobs at startups, CoNotes has been around since 2007.
Dice.com - Browse jobs by city or pull up the category that applies to your skill set.
ejob.com - ejob focuses on staffing needs in and around Silicon Valley.
GoBigNetwork.com - A one-stop-shop for startups to form business plans, find funding and locate employees that can fulfill their needs.
HotStartupJobs.com - Aggregates startup listings from a multitude of sites. You can read a lengthier write up of HotStartupJobs by our own Paul Glazowski here on Mashable.
Jobs.Mashable.com - Our very own marketplace features categories for listing jobs and looking for them also.
NeoHire.com - Lets you look up jobs by category, add them to your basket as you find ones that interest you and then apply to all of the ones you’ve saved.
nPost.com - Besides offering numerous job listings at startups, they have 225+ interviews with people from some of the companies explaining what they are about and what they are looking for in an employee.
StartupAgents.com - Both startups and potential employees can set up profiles to try to find the perfect match for each other. The service is completely free to potential employees, but will cost employers to contact potential hires.
StartupJobs.biz - A small jobs board with unique listings that you can search by type of job or occupation.
Startuply.com - Covers various industries related to Web 2.0 and startups, lets you also browse by job type.
StartupZone.com - Allows you to search jobs by occupation, location or even what stage of funding they are in.
VentureLoop.com - Provides internship listings for students at certain schools and has job listings you can search by country or occupation.
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