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Is Monster.com a good resource to find top-notch web design jobs?

Or is it mainly used by recruiters and companies offering low-profile roles? Do sites like Jobbook work better?
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tynamite's avatar Yes. The web design jobs on Monster are by people who know little about websites, which is always a bonus as those are the best clients to have! Web design specific job boards are where companies hire the cream of the crop, where creatives are commodotised.

I find that for web design jobs, freelance or not, that there's websites that only professionals with years of experience will get employed, and ones that give ones without experience a chance, the latter usually pay below the minimum wage. Monster is one of those few websites online that show the middle ground. They have web design jobs that pay a good wage, and there's local and freelance ones. My original answer said no, but now that I've used other websites to find clients, I've changed my mind to yes.

Keep in mind that two thirds of (Art and Design) creatives who graduate from uni, won't be able to find a job within their field. The jobs recession isn't doing anyone any favours. I need to switch up my Monster job alerts now. The same scarity of jobs problem is on all the jobs websites actually, and that's sad.
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