CareerBuilder.com powers Univision.com site

CareerBuilder.com signed a 15-month agreement with Univision Online, Inc., operator of Univision.com. Under the agreement, CareerBuilder.com will power a new co-branded, bilingual career site for Univision.com. The site will also be available on Univision.com's local station websites in key Hispanic markets.

“Close to 11% of the U.S. workforce is Hispanic,” said Amado Izaguirre, vice president of business development for CareerBuilder.com. “Univision.com is the leading source of information, and a strong vehicle for reaching U.S. Hispanics. The partnership combines the broad distribution networks and quality service of two market leaders to bring more employment tools to the fast-growing U.S. Hispanic community.” Careerbuilder.com, a partnership between newspaper publishers Gannett, Knight Ridder and Tribune, offers recruitment resources through more than 130 local newspapers. It reaches a combined Sunday print circulation of more than 15 million readers and more than 26 million visitors to its newspaper websites each month.


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