This Galvanize article offers ten ways for bootcamp grads to find jobs and remain active in the field while job hunting including doing pro-bono work, attending a hackathon, and finding online communities.
CyberCoders is a job search tool that filters by specialization and city.
This Bloc article explains how bootcamps could be manipulating numbers to get near 100% job placement rates. Some worthwhile questions to ask at bootcamp info sessions: how long does it take most people to find a job? Are most of these jobs full-time and programming-focused?