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Frequently asked questions about The Job Dr®

Who are your clients?
The Job Dr. has placed over $100 million in salaries since 1987 and works with the best companies in Orange County from the new start-ups to the Fortune 500. Currently we have openings with many firms that range from medium size businesses, start-ups, software development to corporate financial, manufacturing and service firms.

Does The Job Dr. specialize?
Yes, we specialize in the placement of Professionals Positions with an emphasis on Computer and Software positions from mid-level to senior management. Although salaries continue to rise in these positions faster then in the general economy, most positions we fill are in the $65 - 180K range.

How does it all work?
The Job Dr. is paid by companies to screen, interview and present qualified candidates for their open positions. We refer candidates that are qualified and interested in each specific position. Understanding what a candidate values in a new position is one of the reasons we have seen such tremendous success in placing people where they feel productive, valued and rewarded.

Is a resume important?
Yes, the right resume is very important. Many people have not updated their resume in a while, and we can help with that too. Your resume is your introduction to both the recruiter and the company. The Job Dr. recruiters can assist you with your resume.

Does The Job Dr. handle contract work?
Yes we do. About 70% of our placements are permanent and the rest are contract and temporary. These positions are from 3 weeks to months and are varied from Architect, DBA, developer, Project Manager, web developers, Technical writers-you get the idea. Contract work is an area we are glad to help with.

Is the market hot right now?
Yes, it is finally getting better. Southern California and especially Orange County has been a virtual hot-bed for qualified computer pros right now and the future looks even brighter! There is a growing demand for Visual C#, Visual .Net Basic, SQL Server, Java, HTML, Oracle, firmware as well as LAN/WAN Network and Systems administrators.

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