BALA CYNWYD, Pa., Dec. 12 /PRNewswire/ -- On September 8, 2008, TooBusyWorking was launched as a next-generation job board that aggregates and organizes local nursing job openings from all major employers onto a single Web site. Today, TooBusyWorking has more local nursing job listings than CareerBuilder, HotJobs, Nurse.com and Monster combined.
In addition to the large number of job openings, each listing on TooBusyWorking provides nurses with information detailing commuting distance, shift/schedule and employer contact information. The result is a job search experience that is more comprehensive and convenient than conventional job boards.
Since the September launch, more than 30,000 nurses and nursing assistants in Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Delaware have visited the site.
TooBusyWorking is promoted via customized e-mails to over 90,000 nurses in the PA/NJ/DE tri-state region. TooBusyWorking's proprietary database uses demographic/geo-targeted data to provide advanced practice nurses, registered nurses and nursing assistants information on job openings that are less than 25 miles in commuting distance from their homes.
From the employer perspective, TooBusyWorking's "pay-for-performance" business model represents a dramatic reduction in the cost of job postings. While the average job board posting is $300 to $700 per job listing, TooBusyWorking offers postings free of charge. Instead, employers pay a small fee ($2 or $3) when prospective job candidates express interest in an open position. At a time when employers' budgets are being squeezed, TooBusyWorking represents a unique value.
The Employment Management Association recognized TooBusyWorking as the 1st Place Winner (among job boards and job sites) in their annual Creative Excellence Awards.
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