Jobfox Redefines Job Hunt, Recruiting

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<p><strong>McLean, Va. &mdash; June 6&nbsp;</strong><br />Jobfox, an online job marketplace with proprietary job-fit intelligence, has been named a finalist for the 2007 American Business Awards. </p><p>Jobfox is recognized as a next-generation job site that is reshaping interactions between career professionals and companies that need employees with high levels of talent and skills.</p><p>&ldquo;Jobfox turns the traditional job-board model upside down,&rdquo; said Rob McGovern, Jobfox CEO and chairman. &ldquo;We are making it easier for career-minded professionals to stay informed of and apply to job opportunities that are closely linked with their capabilities and desires. For employers, Jobfox provides access to talented, employed candidates who are open to the right opportunity.&rdquo;<br /><br />With its Job Fit Compatibility System, Jobfox turns qualified professionals into candidates who are pursued by companies in need of their specific experiences and skills. </p><p>Corporate recruiters and hiring managers are armed with Jobfox&rsquo;s precision tools that score and rank candidates and bring to the surface those who are the best fit for the job.<br /><br />Jobfox, formerly Market10, relaunched with its new brand in April and is providing precise job fits between professionals and employers in Washington, D.C., Atlanta and the San Francisco Bay areas. </p><p>Jobfox plans to launch its online job marketplace in the Boston area over the summer.<br /><br />Jobfox is a &ldquo;Best New Products and Services&rdquo; category finalist for the 2007 American Business Awards, and it is the only job site to be named a finalist in the category. </p><p>The awards, known as &ldquo;The Stevies,&rdquo; are the only national, all-encompassing awards honoring great business performance.<br /><br />&ldquo;Being named a finalist in the American Business Awards is an important achievement,&rdquo; said Michael Gallagher, founder and president of The Stevie Awards. &ldquo;It means that independent business executives have agreed that the nominee is worthy of national recognition.&rdquo;<br /><br />The 2007 American Business Awards finalists were chosen by a nationwide panel of business professionals. </p><p>More than 2,000 entries were submitted, covering more than 40 categories. </p>

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