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tinytechjobs is not a search firm, but an Internet career website focused on jobs in nanotechnology, microtechnology, biotechnology, and information technology. It allows job seekers to search through a large database of industry jobs and apply online and it offers job postings, resume database search, and effective targeted advertising opportunities to employers. The site also contains many resources for those interested in nanotechnology, including blogs, education and research information and links, company information, a calendar of industry events, and links to journals, associations, and societies.
tinytechjobs markets aggressively to individuals in government, academia, and industry at all levels, connecting with these individuals by word-of-mouth, by visiting the labs and their web pages, placing contextual advertising on search engines and directories, providing marketing materials and branding at conferences and meetings, placing ads in appropriate publications and online, and through email marketing.
The site is receiving about 125,000 visits per month from highly qualified professionals and the tinytechjobs resume database contains over 6,700 registered job seekers.
Individual job postings on tinytechjobs are $195/60 days and they are displayed not only on our site, but also on our entire network of 19 other, globally situated sites. For more information, visit http://www.tinytechjobs.com or call 510.868.1043.
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