why EmploymentCrossing's marketing problem is good for you
This is good for you and bad for us. Nevertheless, this is the way the dice roll ... We are, quite simply, a job board that stacks everything in your favor and not against you like most job sites. You will see what I am talking about in a minute ...
Typical Job Board-Waits for employers to come to them and then charges them hundreds of dollars to post a job on their site. Shows jobs to every person with an Internet connection to increase the exposure of jobs and the number of applications employers receive.ComputerAidedDesignCrossing is not free because it does something no other site does: It goes out and researches CAD jobs. When you see jobs on ComputerAidedDesignCrossing you are seeing jobs that we have found from tens of thousands of sources, every job board and employer site we can find. In short, you are seeing every single job we can find in the market.
ComputerAidedDesignCrossing-researches and aggregates CAD jobs from all job boards, all employer sites, all government sites and all association sites, recruiter sites and other sources of jobs it can find. Restricts viewing of jobs to paying members to limit the exposure jobs receive, so applicants have a better chance of getting a job.
Before I started using the site, I felt like I was only seeing the world in one dimension and in black and white. Once I became a member and started looking around there were thousands of jobs I did not know about. I felt like I was stepping into a different dimension there were so many jobs and the world became magnified and in color. I will never regret taking the plunge and trying the site.It costs us an incredible amount of money to locate the jobs with you and if you were to ask me ComputerAidedDesignCrossing is the deal of the century. You are benefiting from millions of dollars worth of technology every time you use the site and hundreds of thousands of searches we are doing for jobs on an incredible number of sources each day.
Only ComputerAidedDesignCrossing consolidates every job it can find in the domain and puts all of the job listings it locates in one place.