"The LF's online jobs site aims to provide employers, recruiters, and job-seekers with a forum to find each other in one of the few IT job categories that is still something of a buyer's market: Linux," writes DesktopLinux.com's Eric Brown. "Employers can post their openings on Linux.com for $100 for 15 days and $200 for 30 days."
"Job seekers, meanwhile, can include LinkedIn details on their Linux.com profile, including resumes," writes PC World's Paul Krill. "They also can subscribe to the Linux.com Jobs Board RSS feed and receive e-mail alerts. Additionally, they can follow Linux-related job opportunities on Twitter."
"Linux is still a hot area for would-be software developers and system and network administrators," writes Computerworld's Steven J. Vaughan-Nichols. "The JobThread Network, an online jobs site, reports that the demand for Linux-related jobs has grown 80 percent since 2005. By the Linux Foundation's count, that makes Linux professionals the 'fastest growing job category in the IT industry.'"