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Is there a niche job board for User Experience practitioners?

I know there are Mashable Jobs and Mediabistro which is not only on UX. Is there a job board for UX alone?

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closed as not constructive by AndroidHustle, kontur, JonW Jan 23 '13 at 8:56

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Hi David, this post would be most suitable in a discussion forum and not for a Q&A, since no ONE answer can be regarded as the correct one. Could you rephrase it to suit this forum better? Or maybe you can ask your question in the UX chat up on the top of the site? – AndroidHustle Jan 23 '13 at 8:00 this is UK site, there are much more websites google ux jobs :) depends in which country you want to find the job

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Seeing how the question is very broad, the answers have to follow that direction. However, "google ux jobs" doesn't really seem like a very insightful advice, even though it is like to yield good results. – kontur Jan 23 '13 at 8:42
broad question = broad answer also specifying the country and the position that the person is looking for would result in better results. – Igor-G Jan 23 '13 at 8:51
I agree with Igor. Since search engines are supposed to index all sites; start with the search engine and do more specific searches. – PhillipW Jan 23 '13 at 9:06

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