Macro to Micro with CareerBuilder’s Diversity Sites

Job sites typically pride themselves on how big they are, how many millions of jobs and resumes they have covering all 50 states.
 
However, in a bid to refine its appeal and dig deeper into niche talent pools, job site CareerBuilder.com has gone the opposite direction by announcing the launch of microsites comprised of talented Hispanics, African Americans and resurgent retirees.
 
Seeking to offer employers a selection of qualified and diverse candidates, and multicultural job seekers a more relevant experience, the site has launched more targeted micro-sites serving these different groups.
 
Latinos in search of work can log on to EmpleosCB.com to access an ever-changing selection of career opportunities and evergreen information covering job-hunting tips and advice on how to put together an effective resume.
 
In addition they can post resumes, get the latest news on companies and industries, sign up for automatic job alerts and view local career fairs.

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