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logo horizontalHere at 3DPrint.com, we’re trying our best to provide as many beneficial services as possible for our readers. In addition to keeping on top of the latest news and sharing it with you here (and through Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn!) we’re always on the lookout to offer more of what you want.

Back in February, we introduced a new job search, powered by Indeed, ready to help you find your next tech-related career opportunity right here where you read up on 3D technology news. Today, we’re happy to announce we’ve added a new jobs section associated with SimplyHired, expanding the opportunities available at your fingertips (um, cursor). When you click on Jobs on the top bar, you have your choice to check out jobs via the search engine of your choice: Indeed or SimplyHired.

jobsWhile you consider your potential career move, perhaps a webinar/webcast would help you to feel more prepared for that next step? Keep an eye out here! In coming weeks, we will be adding this feature, as well as online training programs. We’re open to contact from those interested in the potential for presenting webcasts!

3DPrint.com is the most-read resource in 3D printing news, with more than 600,000 unique visitors each month — and growing rapidly!

We appreciate the support of all our readers and the great community surrounding 3DPrint.com. We’re always happy to hear from you and welcome your input! Please contact us with feedback or news submissions at any time. We can be reached directly via email or through any of our social channels and 3DPrintBoard.com! Are you planning to use any of these services? We hope so. Share your thoughts in the 3DPrint.com Job Services forum over at 3DPB.com.

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