The Employment Guide

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The Employment Guide is a large publisher of skilled and hourly employment advertising nationwide[where?], with almost 80 weekly recruitment publications in over 75 major markets.[1] Together with its online Web site, The Employment Guide targets hourly, entry-level to mid-management employees.

The weekly publications can be found in green boxes on city streets and display racks inside grocery and convenience stores, as well as in job placement centers and libraries. Job seekers can log onto EmploymentGuide.com to research positions available nationwide, as well as fill out an online application. In addition to job listings, The Employment Guide issues surveys in order to collect data about skilled and hourly job seekers.[2]

History[edit]

The Employment Guide was founded in 1997 when its previous owner, Trader Publishing Company, bought The Detroit Employment Guide. Since then, the company has expanded and has print publications in over 75 metropolitan areas, in addition to hosting over 250 job fairs annually. Dominion Enterprises, headquartered in Norfolk, Virginia, now owns The Employment Guide and is a media and information services company for employment, real estate, recreation, and industrial markets in the United States.[3]

Web site Concept[edit]

EmploymentGuide.com is free for users with a job seekers application time of close to seven minutes, applicants are able to quickly register and begin applying for jobs. EmploymentGuide is one of the job sites geared towards hourly and skilled jobs. The Web site offers features including a video center hosting various recruitment videos provided by companies and job professionals.[citation needed]

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