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MacTech Magazine Rolls Out Updated Career Site For Mac


– focuses in jobs for Macintosh technical professionals,
but allows broadest accessibility to larger markets at the same time

Westlake Village, CA — November 15, 2001 — MacTech Magazine today has
rolled out it’s updated career site, , specializing
in jobs for Macintosh technical professionals. The new site, now a member
of the Tech-Engine Career Network, allows both employers and employees to
not only focus on the Mac market, but exposes both to the larger
cross-platform community. In other words, Mac developers will now be
looked at by more than just Mac-only companies, and employees will be able
to search out more generalized positions beyond the Mac only market.

Macintosh Technical Professionals can post resumes, search for jobs, and
explore career opportunities with the leading employers worldwide. And,
employers can now promote their Company and available jobs to the heart of
the Mac technical community in the U.S., and around the world.

MacTech partnered with Tech-Engine because of it’s extensive coverage, and
traffic. With a monthly draw of over one million unique professional
technologists to its sites, Tech-Engine’s career network receives over
20,000 I.T. job postings per month and over 1,500 employers use or service
to find the I.T. talent that they need. Tech-Engine is a free, discreet
service dedicated to helping technology professionals learn about career

With all the new features, and systems, users will need to register again
on the new system.

MacTech Jobs is the exclusive e-recruitment site for MacTech Magazine —
and is accessible either through or directly at For job seekers, the site features private resume
posting, automated job search agents, automatic notification, focused job
searches, and more.

For job seekers, the service is free — there’s no risk in anyone just
“seeing what’s out there”. For employers, there are featured employer
spots, company profiles, automated resume search agents, automatic
notification, and more!

“MacTech has always been a great source for information on Mac technology.
I am very excited about the new online job posting site and have total
confidence that it will be a resource I turn to consistently.” said Allyson
Pardue, Macintosh Manager, Scientific Placement.

“ is already a success — with great jobs available from
Apple, Real Networks, Blue World, Scientific Placement and other great Mac
companies.” said Neil Ticktin, publisher of MacTech Magazine. “MacTech has
long had a job placement presence in the industry, but the new site’s
features, thoroughness, and participation has taken things to a whole new

MacTech Magazine is the only monthly magazine that is focused on Macintosh
Technology and Development. Published since 1984, MacTech Magazine is read
by more than 20,000 in over 60 countries. MacTech readers hold senior
management positions in Fortune 1000 companies, as well as corporate,
commercial and educational institutions. is part of the 9,000 plus page portal which is
designed exclusively for the Mac OS technical community. The site is
promoted extensively at trade shows, on Apple’s web site, in MacTech
Magazine, and in special mailings to readers and subscribers.

MacTech Magazine is located in Westlake Village, California. The company
strives to provide the Macintosh technical community with focused, current
and practical information that will enable them to maximize productivity.
For additional information on, please visit the web site at , or call 212-379-8300.

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Jamie Katz


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