While I hope that you are not one of the thousands/tens of thousands of people that have lost their job in the last year, I thought I would post this on here. It's hard to tell what it is really like in the U.S. being in Australia, and Darwin for that matter (which, cross fingers, doesn't seem to be hit too hard at the moment). If you are one of the unfortunate few, or perhaps wanting to find another job, this might interest you.
There are a handful of GIS specific job websites out there, but I think the best one is actually a general job site called indeed.com. You can search for all the U.S. or by location. The feature I like best about it is that you can subscribe to a search and get updated automatically in your favorite reader (e.g. google reader).
On a different note. I've decided to revamp the blog and tutorials section by migrating over to my main web site. I've been neglecting that site quite a bit, and it really just became a testing ground for web projects and learning projects. And I'll face it, I'm a bit of a google fan'person' and they made it really easy to blog and create webpages without having to set up html and css and the like. On the other hand I don't want to be dependent on google (for example they are getting rid of google pages), and they don't make it easy to get my work back. I think it will be better to have everything on one site, though. Luckily I set up the feeds for this blog through feedburner and hopefully I can just switch the rss over and anyone subscribed won't notice a difference.