Friday, June 29, 2012
Web design jobs go unfilled
There’s a curious story by Darren Dahl in the New York Times, “A Sea of Job-Seekers, But Some Companies Aren’t Getting Any Bites”, link (website url) here.
Although the article discusses “humdrum” jobs that nobody “domestic” wants, it goes into areas that I had thought were just hip, particularly web design, although this would normally require advance java programming skills (and probably certification).
The company he discusses as having trouble filling web design positions with people with enough skill is Blue Fountain Media in NYC , which apparently builds corporate web sites and presence (link).