I believe in supporting the local economy, that is why it is imperative that a site like MountainJobs.com allows for workers to find the opportunities they need.
Denver, CO (Vocus/PRWEB) March 30, 2011
Spring has just sprung, college and high school graduation is right around the corner and in the mountain tourism industry, hiring efforts for the peak season are just about to get underway. The online job seeker site, MountainJobs.com, recognizes that hiring is about to start for spring, summer and fall seasons and as such, has recently revamped their site to get ready for the influx of hospitality and tourism workers that are ready to pounce upon opportunities throughout Colorado, Utah, Montana, Wyoming, Canada as well as in other locations such as Vermont and California.
MountainJobs.com, found online at http://www.mountainjobs.com, highlights current opportunities at a variety of resorts that cater to summer or seasonal workers, but also realizes that there are many workers who make their living by pursuing full-time positions year round at many mountain resorts and lodges. As such, the website brings together a variety of information for all types of workers.
"I believe in supporting the local economy, that is why it was imperative that I create a site like MountainJobs.com that allows for workers to find the opportunities they need. Additionally, MountainJobs.com also brings together additional information that allows workers to research what resort jobs or mountain towns are best for them and what they are looking to do, whether they are focused on finding a temporary or seasonal position, or if they are looking to make a career in the industry. Colorado, as well as other mountain states or areas, depend heavily on tourism and we really need skilled and committed workers to make sure the resorts are staffed accordingly."
MountainJobs.com showcases the fact that there is great money to be made and countless opportunity working in the resort and tourism industry in various mountain regions. The site provides an area for job seekers to search available positions as well as an area where employers are able to post job openings. Additionally, there is a resource area on the site that provides information on what it is like to live and work in a mountain community, the activities that many workers in the industry participate in, as well as the benefits of living in an area supported by entertainment, outdoor activities and tourism.
"Mountain regions are so beautiful and from the perspective of many, it is a great environment both to live and work in," commented Kay. "So many workers are people who want to combine their love of the outdoors with their career, whether it is a temporary thing they do when they first get out of school, or if they are attracted to the hospitality and tourism industry as a career choice."
MountainJobs.com is working to make sure their website is constantly updated with the best and most attractive jobs in Aspen, Vail, Bozeman, Jackson Hole, and numerous other mountain locations. Employers are encouraged to visit the site to submit information about available positions and potential employees who are wondering about the opportunities available to them this summer should check back and visit the site regularly.
The site can be accessed online at http://www.mountainjobs.com.