Starting as early as August, you'll be able to publicize job openings online using a Web address that ends in ".jobs." The Internet's main oversight agency just gave its final approval for the new domain addresses. Example: While Joe's Pizza may run its home page at www.joespizza.com, job-seekers would be able to go directly to www.joespizza.jobs to find out about open positions. This will make it easier for applicants to locate your openings. Plus, it will allow job-board search engines to more easily locate job openings on corporate sites, providing more exposure to openings posted on your site.
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