New York, NY (PRWEB) February 12, 2013
The Australian based job board, fresh off the success of webjobz.com, announced the recent launch of two, free affiliate websites for job seekers specifically seeking employment in the United States and United Kingdom marketplaces. Webjobz.us and webjobz.uk is available immediately for job seekers to search both non-specific and industry specific postings, upload their resumes into the ‘headhunter’ database, receive free career path advice and also interview and application tips.
January 2013 marked Webjobz.com’s highest level of traffic growth showing a 48 per cent increase over the previous month resulting in 1.1 million page views. Approximately 50 per cent of the website’s traffic is generated by Australian job seekers and the other 50 percent derived from those in North America and the United Kingdom. “Webjobz.com is so pleased to announce the expansion of our employment services through webjobz.us and webjobz.uk,” says, John Kirkby, Founder of Webjobz.com. “There were 87,000 advertised jobs in the United States since February 1, 2013 and 14,000 in Europe through our job portals. It’s a tough market out there. With the launch of our sister sites, we are extending Webjobz.com’s reach to help connect job seekers and employers with a mutually beneficial employment opportunity while also providing educational tips and techniques to obtaining the best jobs.”
Webjobz.us and webjobz.uk provides job seekers with comprehensive job portals to search and apply for thousands of jobs in their areas. Visitors to the sites can also sign up to receive email job opportunity alerts based on their specific job and area preferences on a daily basis. Employers and headhunters also have access to search for an applicant based on the sites’ resume database, selected qualifications and industry specific experience.
Webjobz.com is an International Generalist website that displays jobs for all locations and for all industry classifications. Affiliate sites (employment portals) display jobs relevant to their specialisation and domain location. They cover the Engineering, Oil and Gas, Construction, Mining, Medical, Nursing and Healthcare, Banking, Finance and Insurance, Teaching, Education and Training and IT and computing sectors.