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    Default Are there any ways to know about the jobs in Texas?

    I want to know about the jobs that are available in Texas, as very soon I am planning to shift to Texas. What I am looking for are any proper channels or a source to help me know about the job scenario there. I have seen some sites that offer good information out there but if you people can get me some more to look out, it would be great help.
    Thanks in advance!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bond.Roy View Post
    I want to know about the jobs that are available in Texas, as very soon I am planning to shift to Texas. What I am looking for are any proper channels or a source to help me know about the job scenario there. I have seen some sites that offer good information out there but if you people can get me some more to look out, it would be great help.
    Thanks in advance!
    I presume a “helpful” new member soon will be around to post some suggestions. I really hate this kind of spam .

    EDIT: And we have another member requesting the very same information as well: http://forums.remote-exploit.org/showthread.php?t=18197
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    Quote Originally Posted by =Tron= View Post
    I presume a “helpful” new member soon will be around to post some suggestions. I really hate this kind of spam .

    EDIT: And we have another member requesting the very same information as well: http://forums.remote-exploit.org/showthread.php?t=18197
    Probably the same guy and didn't like out answers.
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    Texas being the tiny state that it is, I'm quite sure has a website that you can jump on and see if there are any jobs there.

    You could always contact the Texas Chamber of Commerce and talk to them about jobs available in Texas.

    Again, without knowing your skillset, McDonald's is always hiring.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Deathray View Post
    There's mcdonalds in America ?
    Sure, do you need a job?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Deathray View Post
    No I'm at burger king atm., Why are you hiring`? :b
    Trust me, if you think working at BK's or McD's is bad, you really wouldn't want to take any job I could offer. I have much worse jobs available that they could ever offer.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bond.Roy View Post
    I want to know about the jobs that are available in Texas, as very soon I am planning to shift to Texas. What I am looking for are any proper channels or a source to help me know about the job scenario there. I have seen some sites that offer good information out there but if you people can get me some more to look out, it would be great help.
    Thanks in advance!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bond.Roy View Post
    I want to know about the jobs that are available in Texas, as very soon I am planning to shift to Texas. What I am looking for are any proper channels or a source to help me know about the job scenario there. I have seen some sites that offer good information out there but if you people can get me some more to look out, it would be great help.
    Thanks in advance!
    Uh if you are looking for a job, look for yourself! Google, CareerBuilder, Monster, we are not any of those sites.
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