Dot-Com Job Seekers: No Longer the Chosen

Newly unemployed refugees from the downturn are taking pay cuts, making lateral moves -- and learning to live with diminished expectations

This time last year, James Easton was fighting off headhunters. It was a habit, in fact, one he'd grown accustomed to since 1995, when he first entered the Internet job market. He soon found he could swiftly move from employer to employer, racking up raises of 10% to 20% with each of four successive job hops.

To continue reading this article you must be a Bloomberg Professional Service Subscriber.