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Partnership good for job seekers, advertisers
November 29, 2011 - Jim Smith
The reach of classified advertising changes to a worldwide format on Wednesday for those using The News and Sentinel.
The News and Sentinel has joined forces with Internet leader Monster.com for advertising job opportunities and for those job seekers wishing to post resumes.
"The News and Sentinel has always been recognized as the most-effective advertising source for help wanted ads in this region," News and Sentinel Publisher Jim Spanner said in a news story Sunday. "And Monster.com has been the leading innovator in connecting people to job opportunities through the Internet since the worldwide web's inception.
"In combination our newspaper will provide the best possible tools to companies seeking employees and to our readers, both in print and on the Internet, who might be seeking a job or a better position."
Starting Wednesday jobs.newsandsentinel.com will be linked to the most locally centered job site in the area via The Steubenville Herald-Star, Weirton Daily Times, Marietta Times, Wheeling News-Register, The Intelligencer, Martins Ferry Times-Leader and Elkins Inter-Mountain.
By being part of Monster.com all local jobs advertisements will be linked to the worldwide market place, meaning job seekers will have more potential job opportunities from top local employers. and via a national search option to jobs across the nation.
There also will be new career tools, such as resume management and career advice from industry experts available on jobs.newsandsentinel.com.
Employers will benefit from the partnership by receiving access to several new online solutions, including the Career Ad Network (CAN), and Monster Match, Monster's vast resume database and industry-best talent-matching technology. Monster Match is designed to help companies find the right candidate quickly and easily. Another benefit for companies will be the unlimited text offered with online job postings that will allow complete descriptions of the jobs and allow for more explicit qualifications for the positions.
With its new partner, The News and Sentinel will continue its long history of providing the best media to those offering jobs and for those seeking jobs.
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