Los Angeles-based employment advertising site CareerPath.com said it has signed eight new newspaper affiliates.
Employment classifieds and advertising from Austin American-Statesman (TX), Fort Worth Star-Telegram (TX), San Antonio Express-News (TX), The Bellingham Herald (WA), The Herald Dispatch (WV), The Kansas City Star (MO), The Jackson Sun(TN) and The News & Observer (Raleigh, NC) will now be accessible to job seekers at CareerPath.com.
“Our affiliates help to create a comprehensive career site that combines job classifieds from newspapers with jobs found only on the Web,” said Stephen Ste. Marie, CEO of CareerPath.com.
CareerPath.com offers employers a full suite of recruitment services, including Resume Connection, which enables employers to search CareerPath.com’s database of 500,000 resumes. Utilizing company profiles, employers can list business and promotional information as well as their unique corporate culture and values, linking to their home page, recruiters’ email addresses and all their job listings on the site.
The new affiliates join more than 87 newspapers already on the site.
CareerPath.com was co-founded in 1995 by the Boston Globe, Chicago Tribune, Los Angeles Times, The New York Times, San Jose Mercury News and The Washington Post. Financial backing for CareerPath.com is provided by Knight-Ridder, New York Times Co., Times Mirror Co., Tribune Co. and The Washington Post Co., as well as Cox Interactive Media, Gannett Company and Hearst Corp.
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