Since about 1990, the librarian at the Canada-France-Hawaii Telescope (CFHT, Hawaii), E. Bryson, has maintained a list of forthcoming astronomical meetings, including those back to Sept. 1996, at the URL cadcwww.dao.nrc.ca/meetings/meetings.html. One may subscribe to receive updates of this list of meetings by request to email@example.com. It is now the most complete reference in the world for future astronomy meetings. Organizers of meetings should send their announcements to firstname.lastname@example.org to guarantee immediate and world-wide diffusion. Official meetings of the IAU and some other meetings of interest to astronomers are announced in the IAU Information Bulletin (see www.iau.org/bulletin.html). A list of all past IAU Symposia is available at www.iau.org/pastsym.html.
Probably the most complete collection of job advertisements in astronomy is the ``AAS Job Register'' at www.aas.org/JobRegister/aasjobs.html. The European Astronomical Society (EAS) maintains a Job Register at www.iap.fr/eas/jobs.html. STARJOBS is an electronic notice board maintained at the Rutherford Appleton Laboratory. The service is co-sponsored by the EAS and includes announcements of all European astronomical jobs notified to the Starlink astronomical computing project (telnet to star.rl.ac.uk, login as starjobs). One can also copy (via ftp) the complete list of jobs as the file starlink-ftp.rl.ac.uk:/news/news/star_jobs.txt For employment opportunities in the Space Industry consult the URL www.spacejobs.com. The AstroWeb offers links to job offers at www.cv.nrao.edu/fits/www/yp_jobs.html.