Business Review names Webjobz.com as one of Australia’s Leading Career Service Websites for Employers

Webjobz.com Recognized for Continual Effort in Providing Australian Employers with Qualified Candidates during Skill Shortage Economy

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Based on DEEWR's ongoing skills shortage research, the number of occupations experiencing a state of shortage in 2012 was at its lowest since DEEWR began the research series in 2007.

New York, New York (PRWEB) March 07, 2013

Business Review today announces Webjobz.com as a leading Australian career service website through its ongoing efforts to provide employers with qualified candidates via its numerous industry-specific and non-specific job boards throughout the country. Webjobz.com currently displays over 66,000 job vacancies in Australia amid a continuing skill shortage and migrant worker holiday visa schemes. January 2013 marked Webjobz.com’s highest level of traffic growth, showing a 48 percent increase over the previous month.

Australia's skills shortage is "markedly" less of a problem now than it was six years ago, according to a new report from the Department of Education, Employment and Workplace Relations (DEEWRS). Webjobz.com’s dedication to employers was noted through the job board’s ongoing efforts to provide job seekers with the tools and resources to search and apply for jobs specifically related to their set job skills, industry and location preferences, so employers are not inundated with unqualified candidates. “We are thrilled that Webjobz.com’s dedication, to not only job seekers but employers as well, has been noticed by Business Review,” states, John Kirkby, Founder of Webjobz.com. “We have worked diligently to design our job boards to provide job seekers with all the necessary tools to succeed in their chosen career paths, but we have also taken the steps to ensure that employers are receiving the right types of candidates. Based on DEEWR's ongoing skills shortage research, the number of occupations experiencing a state of shortage in 2012 was at its lowest since DEEWR began the research series in 2007. We are proud to be a part of that.”

Webjobz.com has launched numerous affiliate websites dedicated to providing Australian employers with qualified candidates including expatengineer.net, engineer-job.eu, engineeringjobs.net.au, fifojobs.net.au, expatjob.net and miningjob.net. Employers can also expect competitively priced job-posting services, access to the CV databases, banner advertisements and newsletter advertising opportunities to attract the best possible candidates through a multitude of different channels. For Job seekers where they can also opt in for daily emails curtailed to industry specific job postings and also have free career advice and tips available to them to ensure they apply to the proper opportunities.

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 specialization and domain location. They cover Engineering jobs, Oil and Gas, Construction, Mining, Medical, Nursing and Healthcare, Banking, Finance and Insurance, Teaching, Education and Training and IT and computing sectors.


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