Top Career Portal Launches 67 New Career Sites

Employers and Recruiters Can Expand Their Reach across Job.com’s Network of Sites

Fredericksburg, VA – September 8, 2008 – The creators of Job.com are pleased to announce the rapid expansion of its career network by launching 67 new niche sites. These state, major metro and industry specific career sites have been developed by the Job.com Team to better serve their employers and recruiters by allowing them to place highly targeted job ads on Job.com’s posting platform.

As the world of Online Recruiting evolves, employers and recruiters are looking to recruit using regional and niche focused methods. The growth of Job.com’s career network has given Job.com’s employers and recruiters the advantage of promoting their openings nationally while additionally zeroing in on local candidates who specialize in the exact discipline of the position.

“By expanding our network, we’ve given our recruiters the extra-added visibility they need to find great candidates in a fast and cost effective manner,” said Brian Alden, CEO of Job.com. “Every time an employer posts a job on Job.com, it will automatically be cross-posted to the career sites within our network that are relevant to the industry and location of the position. This value-added service is free to all employers and recruiters and one they can truly benefit from.”

The expansion of Job.com’s Career Network adds greater quality and value to its employers and recruiters by giving them the ability to attract more qualified talent than ever before. Additionally, Job.com’s 11 million registered candidates along with its five million monthly unique visitors can now rely on the entire Job.com Career Network to search and apply to thousands of top, industry and geo specific jobs.

The Job.com Career Network consists of:

State/Country


NHCareers.net


DCAreaJobs.com

AmericanJobs.com


NHCareers.net


DCCareers.net

ARCareers.net


NJCareers.net


HoustonAreaJobs.net

ArizonaCareers.net


NYCareers.net


IndyAreaJobs.com

AZCareers.net


OHCareers.net


LAAreaJobs.net

CanadianJobs.com


OhioCareers.net


LACareers.net

ColoradoCareers.net


OKCareers.net


MemphisAreaJobs.net

DenverAreaJobs.net


ORCareers.net


MiamiAreaJobs.net

EmploymentCalifornia.com


PACareers.net


NashvilleAreaJobs.net

FLCareers.net


PennsylvaniaCareers.net


NewOrleansAreaJobs.com

FloridaCareers.net


SCCareers.net


NYCAreaJobs.net

GACareers.net


SouthCarolinaCareers.net


PhillyAreaJobs.com

GeorgiaCareers.net


TXCareers.net


PhoenixAreaJobs.net

IDCareers.net


VACareers.net


RichmondAreaJobs.com

Job.com


VermontCareers.net


SanFranAreaJobs.com

MACareers.net


VirginiaCareers.net


SeattleAreaJobs.net

MaineCareers.net


WACareers.net


VegasAreaJobs.com

MarylandCareers.net


WashingtonCareers.net


Industry

MassachusettsCareers.net


WisconsinCareers.net


HRjobnet.com

MDCareers.net


Major Metro


MedicalCareerNet.com

MichiganCareers.net


AtlantaAreaJobs.net




MSCareers.net


AustinAreaJobs.net




MTCareers.net


BostonAreaJobs.net




NewJerseyCareers.net


CharlotteAreaJobs.com




NewYorkAreaJobs.net


ChicagoAreaJobs.net




NewYorkCareers.net


DallasAreaJobs.net

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