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ComputerJobs.com(R) Launches New Online Community for IT Professionals

ComputerJobs.com(R) Launches New Online Community for IT Professionals

ATLANTA, April 7 /PRNewswire/ -- ComputerJobs.com (http://www.computerjobs.com/), the leading IT employment Web site for Information Technology professionals and those who employ them, today announced the launch of a new online community where IT professionals can discuss their careers, technology, current events and more. The new community, dubbed "The ComputerJobs.com Community" (http://www.computerjobscommunity.com/), also offers original articles covering a wide range of topics, the top resume keyword searches performed by employers each week and the ability to search for high-tech jobs on ComputerJobs.com.

"We answer a lot of email every day from ComputerJobs.com users asking for advice about their career, various IT certifications, workplace issues, etc.," says Michael Turner, Vice President of Marketing at ComputerJobs.com. "We created The ComputerJobs.com Community to bring IT professionals together to help one another answer many of the same questions."

Visitors can read any message posted to the forum without registering; however, registration, which is free, is required to post new messages or reply to existing messages. Registration on The ComputerJobs.com Community site is separate from that of ComputerJobs.com.

To accelerate the launch of The ComputerJobs.com Community, the company is hosting two unique contests where users who actively participate in the discussion forums can win up to $1,000. More information about the contest can be found on the site itself.

The ComputerJobs.com Community also offers weekly articles written by the ComputerJobs.com staff and select users of the site, with topics ranging from general career advice to the latest and greatest applications and technologies. Users interested in searching for high-tech jobs can do so within The ComputerJobs.com Community site as well. Visitors also have access to the most popular search terms that recruiters and employers use when sourcing for candidates.

"Bringing people together to share information, advice and experiences is what the Internet is all about," says Turner. "With The ComputerJobs.com Community, our goal is to offer IT professionals a place to do all of that and more."

About ComputerJobs.com

Founded in 1995 by and for information technology professionals, ComputerJobs.com is the Internet's leading IT employment Web site with over 500,000 unique monthly visitors and 1.5 million registered users. Employers are rewarded with access to over 530,000 pre-screened resumes from experienced IT professionals, including many of the best and brightest IT talent in the industry. ComputerJobs.com is a privately held Atlanta-based corporation, with investments from Internet Capital Group and Mellon Ventures.

For additional information, please contact: Michael P. Turner Vice President, Marketing Communications ComputerJobs.com 678-589-2251 [email protected]

This release was issued through eReleases(TM). For more information, visit http://www.ereleases.com/.

ComputerJobs.com

CONTACT: Michael P. Turner, Vice President, Marketing Communications,
ComputerJobs.com, +1-678-589-2251, [email protected]

Web site: http://www.computerjobscommunity.com/
http://www.computerjobs.com/

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