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Job Bank

A database, especially but not necessarily online, where job openings are listed. A job bank may show positions for a single company, in a certain industry or even in a geographic area. A job bank consolidates the job hunting process and in theory makes finding suitable positions easier.
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The system puts postings from other job banks into Arkansas JobLink and Arkansas JobLink postings into other online job banks, too.
In this study, we sought to extend transaction cost theory (TCT) by addressing the gaps concerning job applicants' use of online job banks.
Many states' job banks have lists of current job openings.
DirectEmployers Association and The National Association of State Workforce Agencies (NASWA) have entered into a long-term alliance to develop and jointly administer an employer-funded national employment system to replace America's Job Bank, which has been discontinued by the U.
com, an online job bank created by the group known as PAFET and currently being used by the Star Tribune, Star-News, Orange County Register and Arizona Republic.
The case manager's job is a new position with responsibility for coordinating the workers' compensation process, managing a job bank of alternative meaningful work for the employee within the company, and balancing the sometimes divergent needs of the company and its employees.
Currently, between 50% and 80% of jobs listed with the nation's job banks are in technology and technology-related industries.
Two focus groups recommended that job banks be established for persons with HIV/AIDS.
The board will evaluate several potential programs including job banks that allow students to upload resumes for employment consideration by IOUG-A members.
Look at job banks to get acquainted with job descriptions and describe your accomplishments in those terms.
job banks, Web sites, trade magazines, newsgroups, associations
Preliminary features will include: business news, tips and research based on the proprietary content generated by the MacDonald editorial staffs; career enhancement opportunities such as job banks derived from Working Mother's 100 Best Companies and Working Woman's Top 500 Women-Owned Businesses; small business and entrepreneurial enhancement tools such as calendaring, group mail and technical support services; online conference and event participation; as well as e-commerce opportunities.