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"Hey,DoYaWannaJob?" Magazine Now Distributed To 5-MILLION US Job Seekers

Posted by Dayton Jones
May 08 2010

PRESS RELEASE

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"Hey,DoYaWannaJob?" Magazine

Now Distributed To 5-MILLION

US Job Seekers

5-Million U.S. job seekers to receive ‘job search’ publication “Hey,DoYaWannaJob?” Magazine, and its "Job Search Directory" of names, numbers, email and website contacts, to reach hiring specialists and employers in every region of the U.S.

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

PR Log (Press Release) – May 07, 2010 – Eleven years in the making, the next quarterly edition of "Hey,DoYaWannaJob?" Magazine, scheduled for release July/2010, will distribute to over 5-Million job seekers across the USA. A record subscriber distribution for this JobNewsRADIO.com operated publication.

For eleven years MCBaber: Recruit Services, a full spectrum executive search agency based in the midwest, developed a method to attract unemployed and under-employed job seekers as subscribers to industry specific, private, hiring oriented newsletters; the newsletters being delivered primarily by postal service and by email.

The heart of their work is to identify, from their subscribers, quality job placement candidates for their placement agency; while also helping subscribers find employment within respective industries, by inserting job search and hiring trend content in each industry newsletter. The audience arrived seeking such information, coming from a merging practice of email outreach, and web-based social networking via industry specific forums, blogs, groups, and other online communities.

Four years after their 1998 start-up, MCBaber: Recruit Services used the audience strength of their job search newsletters to launch JobNewsRADIO.com (JNR), an online job search community. After partnering with Beyond.com’s 4JOBS network, in 2008, JNR’s online job search community members jumped to over 3-Million, with an additional 2-Million industry specific, job seeker subscribers who received the job search newsletters.

The convergence of the above dynamics in 2008 caused JNR management to decide to open their private newsletters to the public, and consequently merge all industry newsletters into the single issue: “Hey,DoYaWannaJob?” Magazine & Job Search Directory.

As the financial future of the world, then, began to develop into recession type results, increased numbers of job seekers sought job search resources like “Hey,DoYaWannaJob?” Magazine, and JobNewsRADIO.com, to help guide them through the often arduous and confusing, hiring processes. Subscribers grew in number.

Over their last twenty-four months, and into the second business quarter of 2010, job search interest has surged, helping create a “Hey,DoYaWannaJob?” Magazine distribution list of over 5-Million addresses; that number is a milestone for the editors and operators of JobNewsRADIO.com.

JNR attributes the growth to the valuable job search content offered in the magazine. News articles focus on practical job placement techniques to help job seekers better understand the mind-set of employers as the hiring process unfolds. Written by hiring experts, most articles use real-life job seeker examples to illustrate how to manage specific job search issues. Other articles address hiring trends within industry categories. Additionally, the magazine carries a comprehensive "Job Search Directory," offering job seekers names, numbers, email and website locations of hiring specialists in every region across the USA.

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With over three million users registered to the 4JOBS Job Seeker Community, and over five-million subscribers nationwide that receive its "Hey,DoYaWannaJob?" MAGAZINE, JobNewsRADIO.com has become a proven internet source for job search help.

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