In the old days, you could find a reasonably good sampling of jobs available in your specialization and your location by picking up a copy of the newspaper and spending some quality time with a red pen and the "classifieds" section.
After the newspapers went belly-up, you could find a reasonably good sampling through job boards, online services that supposedly replaced printed classified ads.
Now--well, where are they hiding?
Here's a good blog post on how to flush those hidden goodies out into the open. It's about networking, and making sure you are visible when the lightbulb comes on over the hiring manager's head--"we need to hire someone." You want to make sure the second lightbulb that comes on is "we need to hire...[insert your name here.]"
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