After a decade of explaining what Drupal is, finding answers, and collecting some pretty good information, we’ve compiled a solid list of Drupal Career Resources, now a fixture on our site. So, in the spirit of our Top 10 List anniversary series, here is a good one to use when you run into someone who you think might be a good addition to the Drupal Community, but needs some insight and background. Let us know if you have any other great resources; and go forth and attract.
#1: Web Developers and Digital Designers Occupational Outlook Handbook: The facts on web developer careers from the US Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor statistics with a lot of great info., including a description of the job, geographic salary information, as well as future job prospects.
#2: How do I get a Job In Drupal?: The OS Training interview with our own MIke Anello: An oldie but a goody; with links to the audio of the expert-rich Drupal Career Trailhead panel presentation at DrupalCon Austin 2015.
#3: Indeed Build a Career You’ll Love: Drupal Developer: Indeed’s career overview, including links to average salaries, geographic statistics, job openings, common benefits and salary comparisons.
#4 Drupal Statistics & Facts: A fun piece about Drupal history, facts and how it compares to other CMSs.
#5: Everything you need to know Before Starting a Drupal Career: London-based Cocoon provides a good, honest description of the elements, issues and steps to a Drupal Career.
#7 Drupal for Developers: Great descriptions and material on the markets and opportunities for developers considering Drupal as a CMS
#8 Drupical.com: Interactive map with a calendar of Drupal events all over the world.
#9 DCO Scholarship Page: We can’t help but promote the three amazing scholarship programs through Palantir.net, Bounteous and the Drupal Association that are helping to attract more, and more diverse Drupal talent!
#10 Taste of Drupal registration: The sign-up sheet to attend the Taste of Drupal no-cost mini information webinars that Mike Anello leads in advance of the Spring and Fall sessions of the DCO. Next TOD is August 11!
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