RoadDogJobs Emerges as No. 1 Search Engine for Highly Skilled Trade and Construction Vacancies

The rising demand for job openings in the construction sector has left a void when it comes to employers and job seekers trying to locate the best deal. RoadDogJobs understood the requirements of the industry, and after three years, has emerged as the No 1 search engine for construction jobs and vacancies.

RoadDogJobs has hit the right spot with its flexible and convenient way to either post vacancies, search resumes or for receiving alerts of new openings as soon as these get posted. The construction jobs portal receives 8-10,000 hits per day, making it the top job search engine for construction jobs in the US compared to other recruitment portals.

Post the financial meltdown a few years back, jobs in the construction sector have grown at a fast rate. A recent survey from American Association of General Contractors reveals that 80 percent of construction firms planned to expand their payrolls in 2016. The survey also revealed optimism for this year, and an expected shortage of workers.

“We are entirely focused on the skilled trades industry, and we want to help connect employers and people like you,” says Rebecca Overholtzer of RoadDogJobs.

The search engine is designed as a one-stop shopping place for employers to find the highest skilled trade candidates. Employers can post vacancies, search its database of workers’ resumes and directly send offers via email. Skilled jobseekers can sign up, upload their resume, and receive alerts as soon as a new vacancy is posted on the job board.

RoadDogJobs attracts the top talent searching for new openings in the skilled trades industry. This makes it a favorite of employers as well as candidates. Some of its features include real time alerts, direct email facility, adding of notes and folders, and logo placement for job vacancies for visibility and promotion. Employers can choose among packages that offer unlimited job postings, featured placement on home page and unlimited resume search.

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