WESTBROOK, ME January 25, 2008 – JobsInNH.com today announced a new partnership with the New Hampshire Lodging and Restaurant Association as part of their newly launched JiUS Connect initiative. The agreement provides benefits to the NHLRA membership through discounted services, increased exposure, and industry specific recruitment content provided by JobsInNH, and provides JobsInNH increased brand awareness and interaction with one of the largest professional associations in the state- currently, nearly 1 in 10 NH employees works in the Hospitality and Leisure sector.
"We believe that this is one of those few situations where a partnership has been agreed upon that truly offers both organizations tremendous value and benefits," said Jason C. Blais, the Field Operations Manager for JobsInTheUS.com, the family of state specific websites that operates JobsInNH.com. " With the job growth in this sector projected to outpace the state average by 30% over this decade, employers will need to utilize more dynamic resources to promote their company and build an employment brand that attracts the best talent."
JiUS Connect supports the two primary objectives of JobsInNH.com: To be the most effective resource for local job seekers to find real local jobs; To be the most effective resource for local employers to find qualified local candidates. The JiUS Connect program strengthens JobsInNH.com's efforts to provide the premier local employment resource in the state. Through the program, JobsInNH will also provide educational and outreach programs to both job seeker and employer groups within their partner associations.
* For more information on JiUS Connects partnership opportunities, please contact Jason C. Blais, Field Operations Manager at (877) 374-1088, extension 2069.
JobsInNH Key Stats
* JobsInNH averages more than 348,000 unique visits per month during 2007, and more than 370,000 through the last 3 quarters.
* During 2007, more than 33,000 NH-based job openings were posted on JobsInNH.
* More than 12,000 local resumes were added during 2007.