Why use our job listings by city or by specific location
Relevance: We know that many people need to work close to where they live - it is that simple! And if the job is not location-specific, for example a remote job or work-from-home type of position, we are planning to add that here soon also. While many jobs still require on-site attendance, the recent explosion in remote work offerings and other social-distancing measures have altered the workplace location requirements for many employers, which has prompted us to expand job search tool capabilities by location on this website.
Importance: Our job listings have been provided by job category for many years (instead of by location), but we have found that many people now need to keep their job search close to a specific area or location, most often near home or perhaps near the schools that their children are attending. Also, many career minded people seek advanced education and they want to work near where they are taking classes. After all, time is valuable and we recognize that!
Accuracy: Our team wants to ensure a good match between workers and employers (our clients) by matching their geographic preferences accurately. This is one of the key criteria we apply to job positions that our customers need to fill. After all, our goal is to create long-lasting working relationships between employers and workers, which is good business and builds our customer base on both sides of the workplace for the long haul!
Capability: We have the capability to place well-qualified candidates to ideal jobs using our proprietary framework of secure candidate databases, internal client databases, and the database for this website. This gives us the opportunity to provide the best possible combination of location-based job-candidate matching and enables us to deliver this functionality through our website. This means that more advanced job search features and information for job seekers and employers alike will be expanded here in the coming months, so be sure to keep us in your list of favorite bookmarks!