Job Search Engine MilitaryResumes.com Achieves Job Seeker Milestones

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Second half of 2005 sees doubling of job search engine and job seeker database, as well as launch of Civilian Job News.

Our first significant milestone was reached when job seekers who have military experience were able to set up accounts and post their resumes at MilitaryResumes.com. By early July 2005, companies had the ability to post or advertise jobs and search the MilitaryResumes.com database of candidates

MilitaryResumes.com, the online job search engine where America’s military connect with civilian careers, finished 2005 on an auspicious note. The company announced that their job seeker database has grown by more than 100 percent since July. In addition, more than 150 employer companies have joined MilitaryResumes.com to access the valuable pre-screened talent pool. These employers find military-experienced candidates with backgrounds ideal for jobs in areas such as administrative/finance, healthcare, IT, telecom, law enforcement and sales as well as for positions that require security clearances.

“We have grown from concept to a thriving business in 10 fast-paced months,” said George Bernloehr, director of operations, MilitaryResumes.com. “Our first significant milestone was reached when job seekers who have military experience were able to set up accounts and post their resumes at MilitaryResumes.com. By early July 2005, companies had the ability to post or advertise jobs and search the MilitaryResumes.com database of candidates,” added Bernloehr.

While many companies have taken advantage of the efficiency and affordability of the MilitaryResumes.com targeted online job search engine, the company still fielded requests to advertise job openings to military veterans via the print medium. Recognizing this opportunity, Civilian Job News was born (see press release here: http://www.bradley-morris.com/PressRelease/121505.htm)

Civilian Job News contains practical articles for the military-experienced job seeker. A tabloid-sized bi-monthly newspaper, it is provided free to military-experienced personnel, has a circulation of 45,000 and is printed on a heavyweight bright white stock. An electronic copy of the first issue as well as advertising rates can be found at http://www.CivilianJobNews.com.

Bernloehr, also publisher of Civilian Job News, stated, “As an extension of our MilitaryResumes.com business, Civilian Job News makes sense for the advertiser as well as for the job seeker. Advertisers obtain a discount when expanding their reach with ads in both web and print channels; Job seekers receive a trusted source of advice and easy-to-understand guidance that will help them find a civilian job.”

While the response to Civilian Job News by advertisers has been tremendous, many 2006 issues still have space openings. Please call 1-866-266-5292 for availability.

About MilitaryResumes.com

MilitaryResumes.com is the online job search engine where America’s military connect with civilian careers. The job seeker database provides employers with the most efficient and cost-effective way to access the military-experienced talent pool for candidates with backgrounds that are valued by the administrative/finance, healthcare, IT, telecom, law enforcement and sales fields as well as for positions that require security clearances. MilitaryResumes.com is headquartered in metro-Atlanta, GA, and can be found on the web at http://www.MilitaryResumes.com.

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