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Welcome to our VoIP Employment Opportunities site. The purpose of this site is to provide a frequently updated list of current open positions for the area of VoIP. Our focus is on VoIP employment opportunities which are available in the United States.
VOIP telephony development, and general advancement of VoIP technology, is expected over the next few years. With development of VoIP technology, VoIP traffic on the Internet will obviously increase over time. Therefore expect a large number of job opportunities within various levels of VoIP. VoIP engineers, technicians, developers, testers, and jobs which are so new they have not even been listed on the Bureau of Labor Statistics website, will be in high demand. If you are seeking a job within VoIP, we suggest you bookmark this site and frequently go to those pages which display jobs for the states in which you have an interest. All pages will be automatically updated when viewing and you will be looking at the most current listing of VoIP employment opportunities.
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