Monster and HotJobs become one seamless site

Monster, a job matching engine and flagship brand of Monster Worldwide, Inc, today announced it has combined with HotJobs, previously Yahoo’s job site, to form one integrated job board.

According to a company release, the HotJobs site and related products and services have now been migrated directly onto the Monster platform.

Now that HotJobs’ users and postings have been added to the site, Monster is expected to provide access to more than 46 million unique visitors globally with over 25,000 new resumes added daily.

Monster’s newspaper partnerships are expected to expand. The network will include 1,000 daily and weekly papers in all 50 United States.

Monster added that they’ve now become the foremost source of job postings in 19 of the top 20 industries and in 45 out of the top 50 cities as compared to any leading online career site.

“We’re thrilled to have completed the integration of HotJobs and Monster because it provides job seekers and our customers with unmatched scale,” said Sal Iannuzzi, chairman, chief executive officer and president of Monster Worldwide. “And given the capability of our 6Sense precision search, the added scale means that more people will be matched to the right job at the right time.”


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