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Announcing UX Magazine’s New Jobs Board

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A better option for employers who’ve found it hard to find qualified UX professionals and UX-minded businesspeople, and for UX pros looking to stand out from crowds of applicants. Job ads support UX Mag in providing free, high-value content.

Over the past few years, we’ve heard from a lot of business and hiring managers that they find it hard to find qualified UX professionals and UX-minded businesspeople to fill vacant jobs in their organizations. We’ve also heard from UX pros who say that, in a world where anyone can claim to be able to “do UX,” it’s hard to stand out from throngs of job seekers on high-volume sites such as Monster.com and Indeed.com.

We’re therefore pleased to announce that we’ve launched a new jobs board exclusively for the UX community. We believe that UX Magazine’s strong reputation in and focus on the UX community, coupled with the very high traffic volume our site receives, will mean our jobs board will be valuable to job seekers and employers alike.

You can find our new jobs board by going to uxmag.com/uxjobs, or by clicking “UX Jobs” in the nav bar from anywhere on UX Magazine’s website. There are some exciting opportunities already posted. You can also subscribe to alerts of new job postings.

Through March 31st, we’re also offering a 25% off discount for your first job posting, or for purchases of any package of postings. Just use the coupon code UXMJobsKickoff at checkout. Please share this discount with anyone who might benefit from it.

Supporting UX Magazine’s jobs site makes it possible for us to continue delivering valuable, high-quality content to you for free

If you value and enjoy the content you receive for free on UX Magazine, please help us continue providing it by supporting our jobs area.

Since 2005, UX Magazine has been a free resource to the UX community. In late 2009, we dramatically stepped up our publishing efforts, publishing a steady stream of high-quality articles each week. To do this, we employ professional editors and project managers, and have significant infrastructure costs, all of which we’ve paid for out of our personal pocketbooks. Advertising revenue doesn’t come anywhere close to covering our costs, so revenue-generating features like our jobs board are essential to UX Magazine’s future.

Even if you personally don’t need to post job advertisements, you can still support us by:

  • telling colleagues and other professionals about the service
  • sharing this announcement through Twitter, Facebook, and your other social networks
  • recommending the service to HR and hiring managers in your or your clients’ organizations
  • emailing us at [email protected] with the contact info for HR and hiring managers so we can offer them special deals for posting ads on our site
Current job opportunities on UX Magazine’s jobs site

We’re honored to already have many interesting opportunities from great companies posted on our site:

Subscribe to alerts of new job opportunities

If you’d like to be alerted to new UX job opportunities posted on the UX Magazine jobs board but don’t want to visit our site each day, we have several subscription options:

Email
Click this link to subscribe via email. Fill out the required fields, and make sure to check the “Alerts to new job listings” option at the bottom. Please consider filling out the optional fields, too, as it helps us serve you better. We’ll send no more than one email per day listing the postings from the previous day.
Twitter
As soon as new jobs are posted, they will be announced on the Twitter account @UXMagJobs. We may periodically list recent job postings through our main Twitter account, @uxmag, but please follow @UXMagJobs for consistent, timely updates.
Facebook
We’ve created a Facebook page dedicated to updates about job posting, which can be found at https://facebook.com/uxjobs. We may periodically list recent job posting through our main Facebook page, but please “like” the UX Jobs page for consistent, timely updates.
RSS
New job opportunities will be published via RSS the moment they are posted. The URL for our feed is https://feeds.feedburner.com/uxmagjobs, or you can click here to subscribe via Google Reader.
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UX Magazine Stuff, UX Magazine was created to be a central, one-stop resource for everything related to user experience. Our primary goal is to provide a steady stream of current, informative, and credible information about UX and related fields to enhance the professional and creative lives of UX practitioners and those exploring the field. Our content is driven and created by an impressive roster of experienced professionals who work in all areas of UX and cover the field from diverse angles and perspectives.

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