Austin, Texas (PRWEB) November 09, 2011
Construction Connection is seeking strong construction industry businesses to become a apart of their online job search network. Among many other industries in the U.S., construction fields have experienced great struggles in recent years as unemployment rates have increased in several predominant markets. ConstructionConnection.com is acting to counter these struggles through construction networking, job matching, and collaborative industry communication.
In August 2011, the Los Angeles Times reported, “The construction industry was especially hard-hit by the recession, and advocates worry that it will continue to slump as local and state governments cut back on infrastructure improvements.” (LATimes.com, 08-2011)
In these trying economic times, many skilled construction workers have found it difficult to locate a quality job with long-term potential. As construction job seekers explore all possible avenues of construction-related employment, some are even expanding their search across various states.
Yet, there are also many quality construction companies actively hiring new talent. According to the Baltimore Business Journal, several established construction firms in Baltimore, Maryland, are seeking employees for a variety of positions, from project managers, to project assistants, to superintendents. (bizjournals.com, 10-2011) The challenge that businesses face is getting the word out to reliable, experienced construction professionals about these jobs, and making sure that the right individuals are applying.
Construction Connection is actively inviting companies that are seeking to fill position openings to use their job matching service. ConstructionConnection.com is a community-driven website that focuses on closing the gap between experienced construction job seekers and the frustrated construction employer. Through the ConstructionConnection.com website, individuals in the construction industry can network with their peers, learn about construction industry news and business management tips, and utilize special job matching features.
Unlike other job board websites, Construction Connection offers a simple, fine-tuned process to join an established network of construction professionals. Approximately 25,000 members with extensive backgrounds in construction-related jobs are available to quality companies seeking new employees. Small and mid-sized construction firms that are in growth mode will experience a fast, first-rate job fulfillment process, while skilled candidates can find a solid career hub.
Adrian Foster, Vice President of Foster Construction of South Florida, Inc. posted a Project Manager position in April 2011 and was able to promptly fill the opening. She cited the ease of the Construction Connection system and how she was quickly matched with several quality candidates. ConstructionConnection.com member Patrick Donnelly was hired as a result of Adrian’s job post.
Construction Connection provides free national marketing exposure to those strong construction companies that are actively hiring and growing their business. The companies can create an extensive profile to showcase their business online, and also take advantage of the unique human resources tools to strengthen their workforce.
To learn more, visit http://www.ConstructionConnection.com or register to create a free construction business profile.
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