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Last Post 01 Aug 2011 11:03 AM by russellb. 1 Replies.
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byost43
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29 Jul 2011 05:38 AM
Hey everyone, my name is Brian Yost and I am a Technical Recruiter over at STONE Resource Group. We are an IT Staffing company in the Atlanta area. My purpose in joining this group is to learn more about SQL and get to know more DBAs/Developers/Architects in our area. I had one big question for the group that I hoped you guys might be able to help me out with. I have found this same thing to be the case with .NET and Java Developers. Why is it so hard to find decent Mid-Level (3-6 years experience) SQL Developers? I have no problem at all finding senior guys with the traditional methods, but I have a lot of trouble finding mid level. Java and .NET is exactly the same way. Anyways, I wanted to throw that out to the group and see if anyone had any answers. I have a few ideas in mind, but would love to hear what you think. I look forward to learning and networking with you all in the future!

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Brian Yost
Technical Recruiter
STONE Resource Group
9755 Dogwood Road
Suite 350
Roswell, GA 30075
678.466.6955 Direct
678.677.1925 Mobile
678.359.3695 Fax
byost@stoneresource.net
http://www.stoneresource.net
http://www.linkedin.com/pub/brian-y...2b/133/89a
russellb
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01 Aug 2011 11:03 AM
I find that a lot of mid-level developers and DBAs try to sell themselves as senior level. A big reason that people change jobs is to get more money. So, I suppose that a lot of mid-level folks trying to jump, find they can't get the senior jobs yet, and aren't going to get better compensation by moving into other mid-level jobs.

What are your thoughts on the matter?

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