Recruiting Blog: BuzzLinks 11-08-08 Job Listings, Job Boards, and Monster.com 1 Comment


Online job listings plunge
October job listings nationally fell 20% to their lowest level since January 2006, according to Monster Worldwide Inc.’s Employment Index; listings in New York fell 25%.

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Monster now trading (MWW) on the New York Stock Exchange
Monster Chairman and CEO Sal Iannuzzi announced the company’s move to the NYSE during the quarterly financial conference call Oct. 30. “We believe,” he said, “the New York Stock Exchange is a prestigious platform for Monster, a platform that is committed to integrity in governance, innovation and global growth. These are exciting times for Monster and our move to the New York Stock Exchange is consistent with the goals and strategies and values of the new Monster.”

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  • Posted on: Wednesday, November 12th, 2008
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    1. Roger says:

      Employers are abandoning monster in drooves….so what does that have to do with health of online ads? The monster index is a silly way to measure anything but a dying job board.

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