A new article reports that Monster.com has ” entered into a new media alliance with WIRED and Ars Technica, the most trusted source in the world for tech news, to reach job seekers with skills in IT and technology and help match them with companies searching for talent with these capabilities. The specific terms of this agreement are not disclosed. Monster will now power the job search function within both the WIRED and Ars Technica websites. With Monster’s extensive inventory of IT and Technology jobs and its proprietary semantic search technology , which utilizes intuitive, concept based searching, with a human-like understanding of the recruiting process and hiring needs, WIRED and Ars Technica visitors will be able to find great jobs in their field with unrivalled precision. The new job search engine can be found at jobs.wired.com and jobs.arstechnica.com.”
Ted Gilvar, an EVP at Monster commented, “The power of our semantic search technology and the targeted reach of WIRED and Ars Technica’s technology-focused audience is a perfect match.” The article continues, “More than 750,000 people visit WIRED and Ars Technica every day. By engaging in this targeted alliance, Monster will be able to provide employers access to a large pool of talent in the growing field of IT and technology. As part of the alliance, there will also be featured career resources and job search information from WIRED and Monster such as a WIRED ‘How-To’ series, focused on best practices in technology job searching, and ‘The Best Jobs in IT’ highlighted on Ars Technica.”
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