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More than 50,000 Jobs on AccountingCrossing

February 25, 2008   |  PDF version  PDF version

Pasadena, CA — In just one month, AccountingCrossing's collection of job listings has skyrocketed from 30,000 jobs to 50,000 jobs, making AccountingCrossing the fastest-growing accounting job-search site in the world.

"This kind of growth should only prove to users that AccountingCrossing is the place to come to find their dream accounting job," said CEO Harrison Barnes. "And we're not only growing faster by the month but by the week as well. We are, after all, determined to find each and every accounting job out there."

And, as Barnes mentioned, AccountingCrossing is not only growing by the month but also by the week. Just last week, over 15,000 new jobs were added to the site, including positions for accounting clerks, assistant controllers, senior accountants, staff accountants, accounts payable clerks, and many, many more. With this kind of growth, members of the site should feel confident when perusing the extensive database of accounting jobs. Can't find a job today? Come back again soon — thousands of new job listings will have been added in the meantime.

The inspiration behind it all comes from the development and success of LawCrossing, which features the largest collection of active legal jobs in the world, including more than 100,000 positions at top law firms, corporations, public interest organizations, and government offices throughout the U.S.

Since its launch in July 2003, LawCrossing has become the world's largest legal career-placement website. The site is a brainchild of CEO Harrison Barnes, who in 2000 founded EmploymentScape, the hugely successful parent company of LawCrossing. LawCrossing's team of more than 300 staff members monitors the hiring needs of more than 250,000 legal employers throughout the U.S. and worldwide. LawCrossing counts tens of thousands of law students, attorneys, and legal staff professionals as members.

Contact:
Robin Salisian, Editorial Coordinator
AccountingCrossing
626-243-9403
robins@employmentcrossing.com

About EmploymentScape:
Established in 2000, EmploymentScape has been helping job seekers find employment for more than seven years. Today, EmploymentScape has grown into an international, multimillion-dollar affiliation of more than 15 profitable companies and 300 enthusiastic employees.

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