Changes to Employment Booth at the Conference

The Employment booth will be very different this year. First of all, the resumes will be online and not in binders. We will be using the STC Career Center where you can post your resume free. That way your resume will be available for more than just the conference days and be seen worldwide.

If you want to post your resume, please bring it to Atlanta on a thumb drive….don’t forget your STC login and password.

Further, STC has informed all exhibitors that STC will waive the job posting fee for any positions they might have. If any attendee’s company has an open job position to post, we will do the same. If you have a job opening to post, please contact Stacey O’Donnell at email hidden; JavaScript is required

We’re Hiring. (Really, We Are.)

By Steve Hendrix
Washington Post Staff Writer
Wednesday, March 4, 2009; Page B01

Health Care, Technology and Even Espionage Jobs Still Plentiful Amid the Gloom

Washington, DC is not recession-proof but there are still jobs available if you know where to look. Northrop Grumman will be hiring 4,000 people in this area this year.

…Amid the worst unemployment crisis in a generation, people are finding jobs in the Washington region, from therapists to receptionists to CIA agents. Even as temporary hiring freezes congeal into an employment ice age, the experts say there are hot spots, including health care, engineering, biotech, and software and network design.

And some of the hot spots will grow hotter, local hiring experts say. Stimulus spending will pump billions of dollars through government agencies and contractors in the area…

‘We’re one of the lucky ones to be in this area right now,’ said Fred DiSalvo, director of staffing and recruitment at Northrop Grumman’s Reston-based Information Systems division. The company plans to hire about 4,000 employees in the Washington region this year, largely in software development and network security. ‘A lot of the new spending is going to be in real sweet spots for us, cyber security, health-information systems.’

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How to Verify a Work-at-Home Jobs Web site is Valid

I discovered the Rat Race Rebellion site at today following a link on the Social Security Administration’s job information page. This video is a valuable lesson for telecommuters looking for work and surprisingly, the website they use as their case study is still live!

The video shows the executives page at and compares it with the executives page of a different company at webstar-inc, who have used the photos of the Opera executives for their fake executives.