TopUSAJobs.com was chosen as one of the top 30 job boards out of over 100,000 sites
NORTH MIAMI BEACH, FL– February 8, 2010 – TopUSAJobs.com has just received the prestigious WEDDLE’s Users Choice Award for 2010. This award is given to the top 30 out of over 100,000 job sites.
The voting was conducted at the WEDDLE’s website (www.weddles.com) from January 1 through December 31 of 2009. The job seekers and employers who cast their ballots were a representative cross-section of the American workforce.
“We believe customers count most,” says WEDDLE’s Publisher and CEO, Peter Weddle. “While pundits can make their own picks, it’s the people who use the sites who really know which are most helpful.”
“It’s an honor to be selected as a top job board not only by the candidates who search our site, but also by other job boards, corporate recruiters and agencies,” says Shelly Mudd, vice president of sales and business development at TopUSAJobs.com.
TopUSAJobs.com is a major source of candidates for hundreds of job boards, staffing agencies and companies specializing in delivering low cost-per-application and low cost-per-hire for each of its clients. This is the fourth time TopUSAJobs.com has received this award since 2005.
Launched in 2003,TopUSAJobs.com is the first job board to provide a performance-based, pay-per-click service for companies, job boards and staffing agencies to post their jobs. TopUSAJobs.com offers easy-to-use search functionalities to millions of candidates each month to search over 1.2 million jobs nationwide from hundreds of sources online.
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WEDDLE’s is a specialty publisher serving the Human Resource and Recruiting professions as well as job seekers and career activists. Its annual Guides and Directory are used worldwide to make smart consumer decisions among the 50,000+ job boards and career portals operating on the Internet today. The American Staffing Association has called WEDDLE’s Publisher Peter Weddle, the “Zagat of the online employment industry.”