Trade Only debuts enhanced marine job board

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Soundings Trade Only, a division of Dominion Enterprises and the marine industry leader for news and analysis, expanded the employment opportunities section of its website by launching Connect, an enhanced job board.

To give employment advertisers and job hunters expanded search, Trade Only Today is partnering with www.employmentguide.com, which has a global reach of more than 100,000 employment listings.

"We offer the best reach for marine industry employment," said Matthew Boyles, manager of classified sales at Trade Only Today. "It's a three-part package designed to bring the latest employment opportunities to the marine industry on a daily basis.

"First, our employment listings are featured in the Trade Only Today daily e-newsletter, which is e-mailed to 30,000 marine professionals each day," Boyles said. "Second, these listings are also posted on our website on the new Connect page, giving job hunters a single source to easily find availabilities every day. And third, with our new partnership with Employment Guide, both the company advertising and the job hunter get exposure in major markets."

"For the marine industry employer, Connect offers the same great service we have been providing with the daily e-newsletter and the website listings, plus the added power of Employment Guide," advertising director Dean Waite said. "Now the employer can expand penetration in a much wider market with the Employment Guide.com premium service, at a far more reasonable cost than posting on the traditional big-site job boards."

For information, contact Boyles at (800) 444-7686, Ext. 224, or Waite at (954) 786-5700.

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