Ok--Try to follow me this time!
No, I am not the owner of joyjobs, just a satisfied client.
Joyjobs has the same job postings that you can ascertain almost anywhere--Tieonline, etc. No argument here at all. What they have done for me is to help trendously with my resume and web site. They're templates are great. Can these be had elsewhere as well--probably, but who cares? Igor also had some great ideas on job search strategies.
What the heck does "innocent" have to do with anything?! It cost $40, and anyone who has ever been to an international job fair (mine was at UNI) knows that this is a drop in the bucket.
How long should I have waited to defend an outfit that has earned their lousy $40, for ME anyway, many times over? One day, one week?
Please try to remember that many of the subscribers to this web site are "innocents", "newbys", or whatever you want to call them. This site and joyjobs both were very helpful to me several years ago, and I had no trouble reenlisting for either one this time around.
Y'all have a beer or two and take a chill pill. You sound like the knowitalls that make life miserable for many of us overseas.