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BLACKJOBS.COM LISTS THOUSANDS OF JOBS AVAILABLE FOR AFRICAN AMERICANS

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
March 19, 2009

CONTACT:
Dante Lee
dante@leemossmedia.com
614-595-6063


BLACKJOBS.COM LISTS THOUSANDS OF JOBS AVAILABLE FOR AFRICAN AMERICANS

-- Site Recommended On-Air By CNN --

Columbus, OH - The U.S. economy continues to suffer from the worst recession since the Great Depression, and more and more jobs are being lost every single month. Despite this and contrary to popular belief, many companies are still hiring and recruiting talent. In addition, many of these employers have launched highly concentrated diversity initiatives and are looking to hire African American professionals.

BlackJobs.com, an online career center launched recently by Lee Moss Media, lists thousands of full-time and part-time available positions. The positions vary in industry, and are open to both college graduates and non-college professionals with 3+ years of experience. Although open to the public, the positions are specifically being marketed for minority candidates to fill.

CNN recently recommended BlackJobs.com as a great tool and resource for African Americans looking to be employed. The site allows jobseekers to easily find well-paying jobs from reputable companies and organizations, and also features paid and non-paid internship opportunities for students. At no cost, users can immediately create a profile, upload their resume, and start searching for jobs.

Companies that are posting jobs on the site include: Time Warner, Novartis, Best Buy, Kelloggs, OfficeMax, T-Mobile, State Farm, Deloitte, Phillip Morris USA, McGraw Hill, and many others. The site also features daily news, tips and strategies on how to build one's career.

For more details or to sign up free, visit:
www.BlackJobs.com




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