Arbita, Jobs4.0 Unite to Provide Direct Access

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<p><strong>Minneapolis &mdash; June 26</strong><br />Arbita, a provider of global job advertising distribution solutions, and Jobs4.0, a job board devoted to workers older than 40, have formed job posting and media solutions relationship.<br /><br />With the labor pool of younger workers on the decline, Arbita and Jobs4.0 will unite to provide Arbita&rsquo;s clients direct access to a growing labor pool of experienced, energetic workers older than 40. </p><p>The median age of the workforce population has been rising since 1962, and 2010 will mark the first time in nearly a half century that the median workforce age will be older than 40.<br /><br />&ldquo;By 2010, more than 51 percent of the workforce is expected to be 40 or older, a 33 percent increase since 1980,&quot; according to statistics in the Bureau of Labor Statistics&#39; &quot;Monthly Labor Review.&quot; </p><p>&quot;Our alliance with Arbita will create an exciting new vehicle for prominent employers to reach skilled, energetic job seekers,&quot; Steven J. Greenberg, Jobs4.0 founder, said. &quot;Together we&#39;ve created packages that go far beyond job postings &mdash; Arbita clients can choose to have their jobs included in Jobs4.0 newsletters to nearly 20,000 registered users, be designated on our home page as a Best Employer for Age Diversity, get access to our private resume database, launch Jobs4.0 mini-career fairs and more. And every package will be discounted for Arbita clients.&quot; </p><p>Doug Ries, Arbita.net executive vice president, agrees.</p><p>&ldquo;Multigenerational Recruiting is vital to reaching the entire workforce and achieving a bias-free workplace,&rdquo; he said. &ldquo;Partnering with Jobs4.0 will add value for our clients by enabling them to target seasoned candidates who bring experience, skills and wisdom to their organizations.&rdquo;</p>

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