Efinancialcareers.com

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Efinancialcareers.com
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Type of site
Job Search and Career Management Resource
Available in English
Owner DHI Group, Inc.
(2012-Present)
Dow Jones & Company
(2009-2012)
Slogan(s) "Your Industry. Your Career."
Website www.efinancialcareers.com
Commercial Yes
Registration Optional
Launched 2009
Current status Active

Efinancialcareers.com (and redirects from FINS.com) is a targeted career resource and employment website from The Wall Street Journal. The site was launched in July 2009 by Dow Jones & Company, and serves as a career center and job board for The Wall Street Journal Digital Network. Efinancialcareers.com provides industry-specific news, hiring trends, career advice, and jobs for finance, accounting, sales, marketing, information technology, technology, MBAs, and student audiences.

FINS publishes a daily newsletter called the Morning Coffee. FINS Morning Coffee newsletter is a round-up of latest career news, sent in a daily email. The newsletter provides industry specific news and advice in three editions: Finance, Sales & Marketing, and Technology.

History[edit]

FINS was founded in 2009 by Dow Jones, which in turn was owned by News Corp. Since launching, FINS became the job board for The Wall Street Journal's Digital Network: WSJ.com, MarketWatch, All Things Digital, and Barron's.

In 2011 Fins launched global sites for Europe and Asia-Pacific, as well as a student site. The Student sector provides resume and interview tips, job openings and internships, as well as news and advice on how to start a career.

In 2012 FINS launched a mobile app for Android and Apple, featuring jobs and career news.

In June 2012 FINS was sold to DHI Group, Inc. owner of Dice.com.[1] FINS.com now redirects to efinancialcareers.com.

Services[edit]

Services include job search, hiring and firing trends, career advice, company research, job search tips, the FINS Resume Service, Morning Coffee daily newsletter and the Weekly Minute newsletter.

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Marco Santana. "Urbandale's Dice Holding buys Dow Jones' finance, tech job board". desmoinesregister.com. Retrieved 14 February 2015. 

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