Electrical Jobs are Everywhere, but Where are All the Electricians?

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Each year there are more Electricians that retire or just leave the industry to pursue other career paths than there are new people entering the trade.

According to the U.S. Department of Labor, “As the population and economy grow, more electricians will be needed.In addition to jobs created by the increased demand for electrical work, many openings are expected to occur over the next decade as a large number of electricians are expected to retire.”

Each year there are more Electricians that retire or just leave the industry to pursue other career paths than there are new people entering the trade. With the demand for skilled Electricians now outpacing the supply, compensation levels are expected to increase as employers continue to get more aggressive in their recruiting strategies. There simply aren’t enough people to fill all the available Electrical jobs. Passive forms of advertising such as an employment ad in the local newspaper, job posting on a career site or a help wanted sign on the back of your trucks simply aren’t enough to attract new employees, and hiring a professional recruiter to track down skilled workers just isn’t within the budget for most companies.

So what can Electrical Contractors do to find the key people they need to hire?

BAND TOGETHER with the help of Electrical Agent. Created by the largest employment resources in the world for the heating, ventilation, air conditioning, refrigeration, plumbing and piping industry (HVAC Agent, http://www.hvacagent.com & Plumbing Agent, http://www.plumbingagent.com), Electrical Agent will likely follow in their success becoming the largest employment resource in the Electrical industry. HVAC Agent & Plumbing Agent evaluates over 400,000 potential applicants each year for its employers 3,000 + HVAC, Refrigeration, Plumbing & Piping jobs.

Officially launched on March 1st, 2006, Electrical Agent (http://www.electricalagent.com) will help Electrical Contractors across the United States by essentially becoming their recruiting department. By helping these employers to “Band Together” as a group, Electrical Agent provides these companies with the same recruiting resources as any Fortune 500 company would have; including an ever growing employment advertising budget and a dedicated staff to not only manage the recruitment advertising efforts, but to also do the initial evaluation of each potential applicant based on the employers Electrical job requirements.

Why Electrical Agent?

Recruiting experienced Electrical professionals has become a full-time job and yet very few companies can justify the expense of having a full-time recruiter on staff let alone the consistent advertising budget necessary for success. Most Electrical Contractors have very limited time and resources, with no dedicated recruiting staff to find experienced employees. It’s typically the Owner/Managers responsibility to not only place the employment ads, but also sift through all the resumes/applications to narrow the stack down to those people they want to talk to. It’s just one more thing to try and get done in their typical 60-80 hour work week.

Electrical Agent combines the fees paid by all its members to increase the groups’ employment advertising budget and staff necessary to manage it, essentially consolidating the recruiting efforts for everyone. The more employers that join the network, the larger the budget becomes. Through their consistency in advertising online as well as through many traditional non-internet sources, Electrical Agent uses this budget to locate and attract thousands of experienced applicants for their employers Electrical jobs nationwide.

The standard fee to become a member of Electrical Agent is $1,157 (per location) for the first year, which can be paid in monthly installments of $89/mo with a one-time setup fee of $89.

SAVE 22% during the initial Launch Period - Enroll by April 15th, 2005

From now until April 15th, 2005, employers can enroll in the Electrical Agent network for just $69/mo with a $69 one-time setup fee ($897 (per location) for the first year). That’s about the cost of ONE or TWO employment ads in a major newspaper or job postings on a major internet career site!!! Plus, there’s NO LIMIT to the number of open Electrical jobs you can list or the amount of applicants you can receive, and NO ADDITIONAL COST for each person you hire. Everything’s included!

Job Seekers: are you looking for an Electrical job?

For potential Job Seekers the program is always free and works very similar to a traditional Internet Career Site. You can create an account online, as well as search and apply for available positions across the Unites States. However, in the cases where a Job Seeker doesn’t have Internet access or is uncomfortable adding their information online, Electrical Agents staff will gladly take their information by phone at 1-800-396-4822 or the Job Seeker can fax their resume toll-free to 1-866-396-4833.

For more information on Electrical Agent:

Visit their website at http://www.electricalagent.com or simply give them a call at 1-800-396-4822.


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