The military-experienced job seeker is looking for practical advice and easy-to-understand guidance that will help them find a civilian job
Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) December 16, 2005
Bradley-Morris, Inc. (BMI), the largest military-focused placement firm in the U.S., today announced the launch of Civilian Job News, the practical resource for military-experienced job seekers. The Civilian Job News (CJN) publication offers an essential vehicle for advertisers looking to reach the valuable audience of military veterans transitioning to the civilian workplace.
“The military-experienced job seeker is looking for practical advice and easy-to-understand guidance that will help them find a civilian job”, said Shaun Bradley, CEO, Bradley-Morris, Inc. Sandra Morris, COO, added, “In the course of our core military placement business, we continually heard there was a need for a publication that coupled this type of content with real job listings. The overwhelming response from advertisers has borne out that opportunity.”
Civilian Job News is released bi-monthly and is targeted to an audience of more than 200,000 transitioning military (annually) as well as to the current eight million military veterans and reservists. With distribution to 230 international military base transition offices, CJN is free of charge to military personnel. January 2006 marks the inaugural issue.
The publication’s launch put an exclamation point on a banner year for Bradley-Morris that included these milestones:
- Response to heightened need for military-experienced talent: Positive U.S. economic indicators were reflected in a 25% increase in demand for BMI’s efficient and cost-effective hiring process, and pool of high-quality candidates.
- Launch of sister company MilitaryResumes.com: The site is the online job board where America’s military connect with civilian careers. Employers find candidates with backgrounds ideal for positions in fields such as administrative / finance, healthcare, IT, telecom, law enforcement and sales as well as for positions that require security clearances (http://www.MilitaryResumes.com).
- Launch of Civilian Job News print publication: An electronic copy of the first issue as well as advertising rates can be found at http://www.CivilianJobNews.com.
- Release of 2006 BMI Hiring Conference sites and dates: Hiring Conference locations include: Atlanta, Austin, Chicago, Dallas, Norfolk and San Diego. Hiring companies and military job seekers may access the full schedule here: http://hc.Bradley-Morris.com.
Bradley-Morris, Inc., the largest military-focused placement firm in the U.S., expertly matches the top leadership, technical, operations and diversity candidates who are leaving the military with the leading job opportunities in the Fortune 1000 and emerging company sectors. Our client-focused approach yields superior return-on-investment and results in a 96% customer service satisfaction rating from the valued companies that partner with us. In addition, 90% of our military job seekers receive interest from these companies by taking advantage of our free Hiring Conference process. Serving the U.S., Europe and Asia, Bradley-Morris is headquartered in metro-Atlanta, GA, and can be found on the web at http://www.Bradley-Morris.com.
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