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Re: [webdesign-18] Reducing our web labor shortage

From: Scott R.
Sent on: Saturday, September 15, 2007 2:16 PM
On Sep 14, 2007, at 7:57 PM, Jason Leavitt wrote:

> I'm not trying to start anything....just wanted clarification.
> In your first message you stated "Every time I mention the job  
> opening at my employer..."
> That implies you have a job, but now you say you do own your own  
> company but can't find qualified employees.

Though I am looking to hire for both full time and freelance  
positions, my "so I've already started my own company" was mostly  
intended to follow your hypothetical scenario to illustrate the  
problem I see with it.  I have not yet formally registered a business  
of my own, but if there are actually ten people in Denver available  
for hire as part of my hypothetical business, I would like to hire  
them as coworkers at my day job and/or as freelancers on some of the  
side projects I don't have time for.  The fact that I'm acting as an  
employee in one context doesn't make it any less frustrating that I  
can't find anyone to hire when I'm acting as an employer in another  


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