I noticed this job was been posted recently:
They are looking for a Junior developer with some experience with the technologies they use to work on their company's product. But by adding the word intern to the job title they feel it allows them to avoid paying at least minimum wage which is in violation of minimum wage law. As a community of developers we shouldn't be condoning this sort of exploitation.3 votes
Could you add a section for someone to post their details if they are looking for work/internship in Ruby?1 vote
Add a tick box to show whether or not the position is available to people working remotely. Possibly allow users to filter by this option to.10 votes
Ruby freelancers in Ireland. Short description area and the profiles expire in 30 days (so that employers won't be contacting taken workers)2 votes
I know that job offers from Ireland are the deal of this, but ignore job offers from other places is not cool, maybe a Irish company wants to post a job for a work in other country, why not?
So, in the places listing in the job offer creation, you should show the irish cities, but put a alternative button for "Other Places".
Just now I wanted to post a Ruby Job Offer for an opportunity in Brazil, I was willing to bilieve that some Ireland coder would be interested, but now I'll never know.5 votes
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