New York (PRWEB) April 9, 2007
Employers and recruiters in New York State don't have to pay to post jobs online. They can list their job openings free of charge at NYJobsource.com (http://nyjobsource.com).
"Why should NY employers have to pay hundreds or thousands of dollars to post their jobs on the Internet?" asks Joseph Lee, founder of NY Job Source. "Our site offers a free resource to recruit talented employees and is a great service to New Yorkers. We encourage all employers in New York State to post their jobs here starting today."
Employers can post jobs on NYJobSource.com after easy registration. They can then post jobs and manage their listings in real-time. A company logo and profile can also be included with jobs posted at no charge. There is a fee to search the resume database.
The NY Job Source offers a wealth of information for job seekers. In addition to a resume database, registered job seekers can sign up for job agents and have jobs that match their qualifications sent directly to their e-mail boxes. If someone is currently employed, they can choose to have their resumes anonymous so their employer won't find out they are job hunting.
In addition, job seekers can find special pages featuring links to top employer websites and profiles. Job hunters can also visit a page dedicated to government jobs where they can find links to information about openings at the state, federal, city or county levels.
The NY Job Source is ideal for anyone looking for work from experienced employees to recent college graduates. The site is targeted to users throughout New York state, from Albany to Buffalo, Long Island, Syracuse and Manhattan.
All jobs posted are monitored for content. Only quality jobs are allowed.
NYJobSource is a job site dedicated to companies in New York. While other employment sites charge up to hundreds of dollars per job, NYJobSource is free for job postings.
Sister sites are also available for other major cities including Boston (http://bostonjobsource.com), Washington, DC (http://dcjobsource.com) and California (http://caljobsource.com). A national site can be found at http://statejobs.com