With the current condition of the economy, many people are in the process of searching for a job. The problem is, with fewer employers hiring, there are so few jobs in comparison to the number of job seekers that competition is high. To make matters worse many people have trouble deciding where to start their job search. At the same time, newspapers are experiencing a decline in subscriptions and are, therefore, looking for any way to bring in or keep readers. Because of this, one job search
In a recent press release, The Washington Post
Through Simply Hired, Washingtonpost.com users will be provided with targeted job widgets on news pages. Job seekers will be able to tailor their search to a variety of specifications, enabling them to find the positions in their area that best suit their needs. The job search Web site will be supplementing The Washington Post’s already existing large number of listings of job ads in the Washington D.C. Metro area by adding positions for everyone across the country through their new National Jobs channel.
“The Washington Post has long been a top destination for job seekers in the D.C. area and we’ve found that many of our national visitors desire that same service,” said the General Manager of Washington Post Digital Goli Sheikholeslami in the press release. “Now anyone who comes to washingtonpost.com will be able to search for jobs in their area, and be delivered relevant job listings alongside the news they are already reading.”
“During these hard economic times, the Washington Post is providing its online readers a great resource for finding employment,” Gautam Godhwani, who the Co-founder and CEO of Simply Hired, commented. “In addition, anyone looking to fill open jobs
The new National Jobs channel can be viewed at http://nationaljobs.washingtonpost.com.
Simply Hired currently has over 5 million job listings for positions throughout the world and around 5,000 job search partners including MySpaceLinkedIn Facebook
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