- Job Board DoctorOwner, 2009 - present
The Job Board Doctor is Jeff Dickey-Chasins, a veteran of the job board, publishing, and e-learning industries. Jeff was the original marketing director for Dice.com. He has worked with dozens of job boards and online recruiting sites over the past 20 years. He provides job board consulting and job board marketing advice.
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