10 years of research and experience in building job boards a new recruitment portal has emerged Aviation-jobs.
Aviation-jobs is a global site where employers can post jobs for free and candidates register for free, the market in aviation is exploding on a global scale and the people behind Aviation-jobs Ecruit – Technologies will be pre registering details on aviation-jobs from TODAY!
Ecruit – Technologies business strategist Julie McLennan “We have evolved the recruitment market by offering employers the opportunity to sponsor a channel within Aviation-jobs, this would offer the employer an opportunity to showcase their business on the site increasing visibility“
Julie went on to say “When an employer sponsors a channel, we will supply them with a free recruitment website, so the employer can advertise their own jobs this will be integrated into their own site, on top of this we will replicate those positions on Aviation-jobs.
The above package is named AIRSTREAM and employers who are interested are requested to place their details on aviation-jobs
The Aviation-jobs model is also available for license in countries throughout the world, at this moment Aviation-jobs.net are only releasing ten sponsor channels for employers through the AIRSTREAM product.
Aviation is the only form of public transport which is paid for fully by private investment. Other forms of public transport are subsidised by the Government.
In a MORI poll, published in April 2004, 7% of Britons questioned agreed that the continued growth of the air transport industry is important to Britain, worldwide it is suggested that $8.5 trillion over the next 10 years will be invested in airports and airport services, with smaller air carriers growing in strength.
The responsible growth of aviation over the next 30 years is crucial to the achievement of high and stable levels of economic growth at national, regional and local levels, ensuring that the UK as a whole remains competitive in relation to other countries.
Internationally the growth rate will continue with over 750 airports worldwide developing more easier and accessible routes for airlines , therefore allowing other countries to share trade and bring in new visitors , in the short term airports are providing businesses a gateway for travellers to visit domestically and on business this will not change only expand in the long term.