As of February 12, 2001, GateHouse Media’s Job websites will be powered by Monster. Now, job seekers and employers in GateHouse Media markets across the U.S. will have access to more jobs, more talent and the most precise way to match them.
“We are thrilled to welcome GateHouse Media and the rest of the Newspaper Consortium to Monster,” said Lauren Chacon, senior vice president and general manager, Monster Media Alliances. “The combination of a trusted local media brand with Monster’s powerful online recruitment solutions will deliver tremendous value to both job seekers and employers.”
“Our newspaper relationships are a key component of our larger recruitment offering,” said Sal Iannuzzi, chairman, chief executive officer and president of Monster Worldwide. “Monster now has a network of over 1000 daily and weekly newspaper co-branded relationships which enables us to offer localized access and relevance to employers and job seekers alike.”
Source: Wanted Technologies, Total Jobs Posted on Monster.com and HotJobs.com combined excluding duplicates ,June 2009 through May 2010. Leading sites are defined as Dice, Job.com, Jobing, LinkedIn career pages, Monster, HotJobs, SnagAJob.com, and CareerBuilder. Cities are defined as U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics metropolitan service areas