What Makes San Diego Work

From Ballast Point to beautiful beaches, San Diego is the smallest big town in America. Dig deep and you will find one of the most interesting cities in the United States. Little Italy, the Gaslamp, La Jolla, Hillcrest – each neighborhood has something unique to offer. Districts like Sorrento Valley, Torrey Pines and Rancho Bernardo also offer a unique array of businesses, many small startups looking for the next big thing. From time to time, we will be publishing articles on what makes San Diego work. Whether it’s cyber security, biotech or our beloved craft beer industry, San Diegans combine work and play as well as anyone. Cheers! -- Want to love Mondays? It’s possible when you love what

Are You Guys Really Getting Me a Job?

I recently went through an unscheduled job change. My cool and exciting job with a company that had a self-described 'feel of a startup' ended abruptly, with the feel of a failed startup. Not wanting to waste any time, I used my tried-and-true method of getting a new gig...I updated my resume, set my status as available on the job boards, and sat back and waited for offers to pour in. Initially, I was happy with the amount of interest, but I noticed a few trends. Most of the recruiters were American subsidiaries of foreign-based agencies. Also, unlike me, none of these recruiting firms were in Southern California. They sourced West Coast jobs, but they were in exotic places like Georgia and


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