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    Just wondering if any of you when your were looking to get hired subsricribed to any websites like www.firecareers.com

    Are they worth paying the money to join?
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    Try Firehouse.com's Jobs Service
    http://www.firehouse.com/jobs

    You won't find any is more regularly updated with current jobs and editorial content....nor any that is more reasonably priced.

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    • #3
      I'll bite...

      Ok webteam, I would be interested in your service, but
      I have a question/concern. Most of your magazine and
      website is East coast coverage. And a major part of
      the job market is on the West coast.

      How well are you covering the "West side?"
      Last edited by CALFFBOU; 06-10-2003, 02:09 AM.

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      • #4
        You can view the jobs listed for free
        http://www.firehouse.com/jobs

        See for yourself.

        We will agree to disagree about the coverage. You should visit the West Coast state news pages and other regionalized/state sections. The content that comes in to the web site is national in nature.

        Its important to remember that over 60% of America's firefighters are East of the Mississippi and many fire photographers who regularly submit to all publications are East Coast based. If we received more photos and such from the West Coast, it would all be posted.

        You'll notice right now on the front page, two of the top three stories are WEST of the Mississippi and many of the daily headlines on the front page, as well as the lower HotShot, are as well.

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        • #5
          When I was looking for a job, I found Firehouse.com to be better than alll the rest. The others were mostly left coast actually.
          This was not too long ago, when this site first started listing jobs. I actually found my position on a newspaper's site in their job listings.

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