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Posted By: Thomas Shaw, 9:20pm Thursday 15 October 2009    Print Article

IT job boards must be all the rage at the moment. If you have been observing the marketplace over the past few months, you may have noticed a number of changes. Gurus had a makeover. JobNet (one of the first job board in Australia owned by JobServe) re-launches. IT2 (owned by ITCRA) re-launched and changed technology platforms from MyCareer to CareerOne/turboRECRUIT. And now, MyCareer will re-launch ITJobs in conjunction with CBS Interactive.

Dust off your BASIC & COBOL skills, Y2K is approaching. Old job sites are new again! The domain name itjobs.com.au was used previously as a job board by Fairfax between 1998 - 2003.

Is the marketplace big enough for any more players?





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