By: E&P Staff
Adicio in Carlsbad, Calif., has launched its New Hampshire Network, an alliance of job postings from Web sites of local and community media companies across New Hampshire. All jobs are posted first on a local participating site, which then may add the listings into the statewide database.
Citing the state’s low rate of unemployment, Adicio Chief Alliance Officer Tony Lee said the network helps find top candidates from among a growing population.
“We know some job seekers and employers prefer to focus their searches locally and want to work and hire close to home,” Ernesto Burden, digital media vice president for The Telegraph, Nashua, said in a statement. “That’s one of the great values of our local job search tools — as opposed to the more generic national job boards. But we also know that New Hampshire is a small state and some people are willing to look beyond their hometown, and sometimes their home county, for the right job. Even if a job seeker isn’t looking for a long commute, moving an hour or two away within New Hampshire for the perfect position can still allow a job seeker to maintain ties to the state and stay close to family and friends.”
Dailies in the network include the the Telegraph, Portsmouth Herald, Concord Monitor, Foster’s Daily Democrat, Dover, the Citizen, Laconia, Rochester Times, Milford Cabinet, Hampton Union and Monadnock Ledger-Transcript.
Adicio also offers a Southeast Regional Network of 25 client sites in 11 states, and a Southwest Regional Network of 13 sites in six states, as well as its National Network listing jobs posted on 250-plus local and national newspaper, magazine, trade association and broadcast media Web sites.