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Wiley Job Network Announces New Resources and Tools to Connect Job Seekers and Employers
Date:4/18/2013

Hoboken, NJ (PRWEB) April 18, 2013

John Wiley & Sons, Inc. announced a new suite of resources and tools to enhance Wiley Job Network and connect the growing number of registered job seekers with some of the most prestigious employers in the science and technology, pharmaceutical, healthcare, and academic sectors.

First launched in 2011, Wiley Job Network grew to over 50,000 registered job seekers in the first six months. The job board is now host to nearly 4,000 live vacancies and over 75,000 registered candidates, maintaining a monthly average of over 55,000 job views.

Through its relationship with Wiley Online Library - a leading global research platform - Wiley Job Network has become a key platform for connecting employers such as Merck, GE Healthcare, Adecco and Johnson & Johnson with a highly-specialized, global community of researchers and professionals.

Wiley Online Library attracts a global audience of 10 million unique visitors every month, generating 80 million ad impressions and 40 million page views. Over 65% of these users hold advanced degrees.

Wiley Job Network’s new resources and tools present job seekers with a streamlined interface, allowing them to easily navigate vacancies across six core industry sectors: Pharmaceutical, Science, Academic, Doctors, Nursing, and Allied Health & Social Care.

A revamped home page also highlights the latest job postings, offers expert career advice and facilitates the search for vacancies. In addition, a new salary widget allows users to gain insights on expected salary ranges for their desired positions, which can be filtered by industry segment and/or by geographic location.

The improved site also includes a new resume alert feature allowing employers to create tailored alerts when new relevant candidate profiles are available, helping them m
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