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NassauWorks app preview Nassau Works, Jobs Platform and Mobile App, Launches in Nassau County

The Nassau Works App

Nassau County Executive Ed Mangano this week launched the new website and mobile application Nassau Works, a solution to connect local job seekers and employers. The platform is powered by TweetMyJobs and integrates innovative social and mobile solutions to get people back to work.

“Nassau County is leading the charge in helping our citizens get back to work and reduce the demand on social services,” said County Executive Mangano. “This free, new online jobs platform will help job seekers find employment and provide our local businesses with free access to the same cutting edge tools that Fortune 500 companies are using today.”

Free to use for both job seekers and employers, Nassau Works complements the other job creation initiatives being implemented by Mangano.

Visit NassauWorks.com and download the free Nassau Works app in iTunes.

Check out the news coverage of the Nassau Works launch, featuring Nassau County Executive Ed Mangano and TweetMyJobs CEO Robin Richards:

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wistv.com – Columbia, South Carolina |
 

The Capital and largest metro area in South Carolina – the City of Columbia, is hoping to make the job search process easier for its local businesses and citizens through the launch of a brand new jobs platform.

Mayor Steve Benjamin unveiled the platform, “Famously Hot Jobs” at a news conference on Main Street this past Thursday morning.

We applaud Mayor Steve Benjamin’s initiative to bring together the citizens and employers of Columbia, SC to improve the jobs situation in the city and metro area, and are proud to power the platform with our innovative social recruiting technology.

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