More NewsMonster, AOL Employ Canadian Job Site

Monster, AOL Employ Canadian Job Site

Monster.com, the global onlinecareersnetwork, Friday launched a co-branded Monster.ca Career Center on AOL Canada'sweb center.

Monster.com, the global online careers network, Friday launched a co-branded Monster.ca Career Center on AOL Canada’s Web center.

The integration of the co-branded pages is part of a four-year relationship intended to bring Monster’s resources directly to consumers via several key AOL brands.

As part of the relationship with AOL , Monster.com’s co-branded pages have launched on aol.com, ICQ, Digital City, CompuServe, Netscape Netcenter and AOL Canada service.

“The launch of the career pages rounds out AOL’s property line-up and strengthens the brand’s position in Canada, according to Jeff Taylor, chief executive officer of Monster.com.

“From selecting the privacy level of their resume to setting up job search agents to automatically search our jobs database daily, the experience can be completely customized,” he said.

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