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Hi,

A company I work with is in desperate need for a resident full-time Perl programmer in Chicago. They don't know where to look and I haven't been able to recommend anything other than monster.com.

Where else can I find a good Perl programmer in Chicago?

Thanks,

Esopo.
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they could post here: http://jobs.perl.org/country/United%20States
or maybe get in touch with: http://chicago.pm.org/
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Naukri.com

also post the req, in googles perl-jobs group.
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