From the APA:
The National Office has not received a sufficient number of employment ads to warrant publishing a May 2009 issue of Jobs for Philosophers, No. 182. Therefore, there will not be a JFP print issue published in May. Web only ads (if any) will continue to be published on-line from May through the summer months.
But on the bright side, the APA will be taking proactive measures to help the graduate-student membership identify and explore the possibilities for non-academic employment, employment in pre-college educational institutions, and post-docs in cognate fields which philosophers might not be accustomed to noticing. Three special sessions at the Eastern meeting will be devoted to workshops aimed at helping newly-minted PhDs and other job-seekers to survive these hard economic times. In July, results will be mader available of the APA's comprehensive analysis of the impact on the job prospects of the increasing reliance on adjunct instructors at state colleges and universities.
Sorry, I made all of the "bright side" shit up. There is no bright side.
And the APA website still fucking sucks.