DCJobSource Offers Free Job Postings for Employers in the Washington Metro Area

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Internet recruiting site offers free job postings in the nation's capital.

Employers in the Washington DC area can now post jobs and search resumes free of charge at DCJobSource.com (http://dcjobsource.com).

DCJobSource.com offers a free Internet site for companies in Washington, DC, Virginia and Maryland who need to hire and recruit employees. This is a fantastic service for technology companies, hospitals, schools, government agencies and non-profits in the region who may not have large budgets to spend on recruiting workers.

"Employers don't have to pay thousands of dollars to recruit online like other job sites," said Joseph Shieh, President of DCJobSource. "We encourage employers in the area to visit and start using our site today."

Employers can post jobs nationwide and even outside the DC metro area without paying any monthly or per-job posting fees.

All employers have to do is visit DCJobSource.com. In order to post jobs, they must first register and select a Username and Password for their company. Once completed, employers can enter the member's area and post jobs in real-time. Job postings can be edited or deleted anytime. All jobs are monitored for appropriateness. Jobs posted remain on the site for at least 30 days and can be renewed automatically. Employers can also search the resume database of job seekers at no additional charge.

DCJobSource.com is a very useful resource for job hunters looking for work in the area at top companies and government agencies. College students can also find internship and entry level opportunities in the area. There is also a special directory for job links in the federal government at http://dcjobsource.com/fed.html

About DCJobSource

The DCJobSource operates a website for finding jobs in the Washington DC metro area. In additon, there are sites for New York (http://nyjobsource.com) and Boston (http://bostonjobsource.com).

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