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Monday, May 19, 2008


Internet Recruiting is HOT!

Employers growing need for IT professionals has spurred the success of a new internet recruiting site, Only recently launched, the page has already attracted over 400 employers. This is an extremely large number of companies to be attracted to an internet recruiting site in such a short span of time.

The website was created in hopes of offering a less expensive alternative to other internet recruiting search engines. Geared toward smaller and mid-sized companies, ITjobCafe does not charge a subscriptions fee. Since the fees of many websites are increasing and many employers internet recruitment budgets are shrinking, job portals of this sort are becoming very popular.

Internet recruitment sites, such as ITJobCafe, are also becoming the favorite of employers because they generate a smaller number of resumes from unqualified individuals. Although large job search engines attract a greater number of would-be workers, smaller boards that are industry specific tend to only attract individuals that are qualified for that sort of work.

According to industry reports, the need for quality IT staff members has grown drastically in recent years. This is most likely as a result of the fact that more companies are investing in new computer systems and updated software. The businesses that are having the most difficulty recruiting new IT employees are the larger firms, which have at least 1,000 employees. In a recent survey of IT executives, 27 percent claimed that Internet recruiting was their top staffing problem.

ITJobCafe is also free to jobseekers, who can easily post the resumes free of charge. Employers can also access these documents without paying a fee, which is something that few internet recruiting sites offer.


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