Jobs section should be modified....


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tammudu   
Member since: Nov 02
Posts: 240
Location: USA

Post ID: #PID Posted on: 25-08-03 12:10:18

The currnet jobs layout is confusing....

Instead of the following:

General Jobs
Engineering Jobs
Accounting jobs
Other Jobs

Why don't you use the following format:

Jobs offerred (where people post about the job openings)
Jobs wanted (where people post if they need job)

Under each category, keep the following

IT jobs
non-IT jobs


So in the end it looks like this

Jobs offerred
    IT jobs
    non-IT jobs

Jobs wanted
IT jobs
non-IT jobs

If you want under the non-IT jobs, you can further sub-divide into Regular labor, Civil Engg jobs, Chemical Engg jobs, Electrical Engg,......

My 2 Canadian cents.. ;)



Garvo Gujarati   
Member since: Nov 01
Posts: 3111
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Post ID: #PID Posted on: 25-08-03 14:46:55

Point well taken :)

However I don't favor nesting it too much - so can we keep it simple like

Jobs
Wanted
Available

Second, please note that we have posts without job "wanted" or "available" things like - job news, market trends etc. so that can go the parent level.

What do you say?




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tammudu   
Member since: Nov 02
Posts: 240
Location: USA

Post ID: #PID Posted on: 25-08-03 14:59:39

Quote:
Second, please note that we have posts without job "wanted" or "available" things like - job news, market trends etc. so that can go the parent level.


Jobs -> Parent level (for news, trends...)
   Wanted
      I.T related
      non-I.T related
   Offered
      I.T related
      non-I.T related



Garvo Gujarati   
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Posts: 3111
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Post ID: #PID Posted on: 25-08-03 15:07:22

You still want to have IT, Non-IT separate - how about making them common?


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tammudu   
Member since: Nov 02
Posts: 240
Location: USA

Post ID: #PID Posted on: 25-08-03 15:22:24

The reason b'cos lot of job posts in the jobs forum are related to non-IT jobs and some people (like the ones from US and India who don't about Canada market) who are looking for jobs in IT.

Go ahead with your plan and let's see how it works. :announce:





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