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NABEF Launches Online Broadcast Career Center
Washington, DC - May 15, 2008 - The NAB Education Foundation (NABEF) launched an upgraded online career center for broadcast employers and job seekers interested in opportunities within broadcasting. The service, dubbed Broadcast Career Link, allows interested applicants to search broadcast-related job listings and post their resume free of charge. Employers can also use the resource to post job openings and identify qualified applicants.
Access the website at BroadcastCareerLink.NABEF.org. Users will create an online account and manage job postings or resumes.
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