Online career site Monster.com and msnbc.com today announced an agreement which designates Monster as the exclusive job services provider featured in msnbc.com's marketplace - including the popular TODAYshow.com site as well as msnbc.com's Local News section. Consumers can easily access job resources through a new co-branded link at: http://msnbc.monster.com. Under the terms of the relationship, Monster will be the exclusive provider of career tools and services in msnbc.com's marketplace properties through co-branded recruitment channels, where job seekers can access Monster's advanced search and match capabilities as well as hundreds of thousands of job openings nationwide. A resume builder, a salary information center and a portfolio of job search management tools will also be at their disposal. Employers benefit from added exposure before more than 35 million unique visitors who frequent msnbc.com, according to Nielsen Online. "Joining forces with msnbc.com builds upon our business strategy of expanding the points of distribution for our market-leading career management resources through strategic alliances," said Joan Blackwood, Senior Vice President of Marketing, Monster. "By aligning with brands such as msnbc.com, we're able to provide employers with an even greater audience of active and passive job seekers. In addition, visitors to msnbc.com's properties will benefit from having easier access to Monster's industry-leading tools and services."

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