More NewsCareerPath.com Signs Deal With AOL

CareerPath.com Signs Deal With AOL

Los Angeles-based CareerPath.com , a newspaper backed employment classified ad site, signed an advertising agreement withAOL Networks, the Internet online services division of America Online .

Los Angeles-based CareerPath.com, a newspaper- backed employment classified ad site, signed an advertising agreement with AOL Networks, the Internet online services division of America Online.

CareerPath.com will offer its employment classifieds through the “Jobs Offered” section of AOL’s “Employment Classifieds” area. Financial details were not disclosed.

AOL members can now access the over 200,000 job listings along with resume posting services, employer profiles and career advice available on CareerPath.com.

CareerPath.com is backed by the resources of more than 50 of the nation’s most prominent newspapers including The Boston Globe, Chicago Tribune, The Los Angeles Times, The New York Times, San Jose Mercury News and The Washington Post.

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