...We are a full-fledged Career Network working to enhance the profile of our region by giving people the skills they need to find meaningful careers...
Chicago, IL (PRWEB) May 30, 2017
Mid-America Careers, the first career network dedicated to connecting people and employers in the Midwest, has announced the release of new enhanced features to better connect small and mid-sized businesses with the region’s best talent.
Focusing exclusively in the Midwest, Mid-America Careers is committed to bringing together jobseekers and employers without them having to look too far from home. With a user-friendly platform, hyper-local search functions, and customizable profile building capabilities, the revolutionary and updated platform offers a comprehensive solution that improves the effectiveness and efficiency of the job search process for both employers and their potential employees.
“Unlike national job sites that fail to understand the unique challenges faced by Midwest employers, we’re exclusively committed to this region and the companies that hire here,” said Nick Murphy, Founder & CEO Mid-America Careers. “Our deep understanding of the Midwest affords our users the focus of a niche site with the scale of a national platform.”
Enhanced features to the network include:
- The Job Advertising industry’s first subscription-based pricing model
- Career Resources for every stage of the career life cycle
- Enhanced Job Alerts
“We’re not interested in being a ‘me-too’ job site. We are a full-fledged Career Network working to enhance the profile of our region by giving people the skills they need to find meaningful careers, while ensuring that Midwest companies with roles to fill can receive enterprise-level advertising and exposure on a small to mid-sized budget,” Murphy says.
To learn more about Mid-America Careers, please visit: http://www.MidAmericaCareers.com.
About Mid-America Careers:
Mid-America Careers is the first career network dedicated to connecting people and employers in the Midwest region. The user-friendly platform offers geo-location search functions and customizable profile building capabilities. Available in North Dakota, South Dakota, Nebraska, Colorado, Kansas, Oklahoma, Texas, Minnesota, Iowa, Missouri, Arkansas, Wisconsin, Illinois, Michigan, Indiana, Ohio, and Kentucky.