Nova Scotia SQL Developer Job Market

  • Alvin Ramard

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    Does anyone here have any idea what the job market in Nova Scotia is like for SQL Developers?

    What about IT in general?



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  • jeffrey yao

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    I guess you can check monster.ca to see (at least) how demands for SQL Server professional are like.

    I love the summer of Nova Scotia.

  • Alvin Ramard

    SSC-Forever

    Points: 41190

    There's not a whole lot on Monster.ca right now, but that does not mean a whole lot.

    I agree, the NS summers are nice, especially compared to midsouth USA, but they're short.



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  • Anonymouse

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    Try careerbeacon.com. I found this site the best for looking at jobs in the Atlantic Provinces.

    Basically all government (local/provincial, probably not federal) and most major employers post here.

  • Alvin Ramard

    SSC-Forever

    Points: 41190

    Thank Penelope.

    I found almost 250 IT jobs posted since Sept 1st. Unfortunately they're not all SQL related and not only in NS but that was a higher number than I expected.



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