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Best browser to find an IT job?

Discussion in 'Techno-Magic' started by SlickRCBD, Apr 24, 2024.

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    I'm frustrated with the major job sites, and wondering if it my choice of Firefox as a browser.
    On Monster the viewport for viewing the job description not only uses psudo-frames that waste a quarter of the screen with uselessly wide margins, but the text field for viewing the job description has its own scroll bar and does not match my window size at all, I have to manipulate BOTH scrollbars to view the entire description.

    On CareerBuilder not only are the job titles truncated, but when you try to view them, the top half of the font for the title is cut off. NO, you can't just scroll up to read it.
    Yes, I tried safe mode to see if it was an extension at fault.

    That's just two examples, do I need to rant about Indeed or Dice?

    So, what browser should I be using or what is messed up about my setup?

    These screenshots were made with the windows maximized on my main monitor as I normally do the browsing.
    Also suggestions on other places to look for an IT job.
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