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March 08, 2012


Hi Alexandra, I apologize for contacting you here, but couldn't find your email anywhere!

I am currently a senior at UCSB, and interning at a local startup where we have built a new tool for helping search for open jobs positions by salary, location, industry and more. Better yet, it even lets you compare the salary for any particular job to the industry average for similar positions. I wanted to show the tool to you and see if you might be interested in sharing it with your readers... we're really excited to get it out to the public!

Take a look and let me know what you think!

Have a great day,


Great project managers are so rare to find nowadays in this competitive industry. I think all project managers need to have the ability to lead and take responsibility for other peoples mistakes.

@Noah: Did I respond to you already? If not, please feel free to e-mail me at and I'm sorry for the delay.

@Amber: Yes, I agree. Thanks for the comment!

I think that project managers have always been rare to find. If a person is charismatic and motivational and is able to lead without official authority then they quickly move up in a company or start their own. Or go into politics. These types of people have so many doors open to them it's difficult to keep them interested in a project management position.

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