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This is really a minor copy issue that we'll find an elegant way to fix. Careers is for programmers, and it is for sys admins. While the majority of positions on the site and employers using the search product are looking for programmers, we do have specific filters on both products to target the sys admin population on Server Fault. The only excuse ...


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It's easy to think that careers.SO is designed to be monster.SE, but it's not. I've seen stated multiple times on SF that SE sites exist to drive traffic to the careers site, so I've always taken it for granted that it was meant to be a general purpose career site. Makes sense, so I had no reason to question it further in my one year of being on SF. On ...


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The relevant discussion is here: https://meta.stackoverflow.com/questions/313459/what-about-jobs-for-system-administrators. The rest of this answer is completely useless, so feel free to skip it. The reason I'm posting additional words is because otherwise the answer would be considered "trivial" and converted to a comment, and it looks like adding a bunch ...


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I personally don't know too terribly in-depth about the specifics, but in a nutshell, it tries to show you the most relevant job listings considering what it knows about you, which includes location, what site you're looking at, and which questions and technologies you seem to be interested in based on what questions you've looked at (see here). Since you'...


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What's the problem? Stack Overflow is a big draw for developers. That's what companies want the most right now. Even the systems administrator jobs are in developer-driven or dev-focused firms. There's no lack of systems administration jobs on Careers.SE, though. I can attest to the appeal of the site for hiring purposes across disciplines. When hiring, ...


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