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Oilfieldexplorer.com Highlights New Career Platform for Oil and Gas Professionals

HOUSTON, Jan. 9, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Developments in technology and higher commodity prices have created a spectacular oil boom across the United States in recent years. Industry experts claim that over one million additional oil and gas jobs will be created by 2020. Due to this anticipated growth in oil and gas employment opportunities, oilfieldexplorer.com has developed a new career services platform to help connect job seekers and employers.

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The new career services platform has streamlined the process of posting jobs and resumes and includes features such as saved searches, private messaging, application tracking, job screening questionnaires and a mapping interface to help job candidate's easily find career opportunities.

Oilfieldexplorer.com's job board is cost effective and was designed to help employers find and hire qualified job candidates quickly, professionally and without any hassle. "We listened to oil and gas employers and recruiters and designed our job board to include the features they wanted" noted Al Dulic, co-owner of the company.

Unlike posting job opportunities on social media sites, oilfieldexplorer.com gives employers a targeted audience of oil and gas professionals. "Finding qualified oil and gas professionals can be a challenge, but exposure on our site gives recruiters and employers an advantage by reaching a specialized workforce," says Dulic.

The site allows employers to find qualified job candidates with easy to use search tools, posting requirements and flexibility by offering three subscription packages. Employers can post jobs individually or choose from other monthly subscriptions. The site also allows employers to post 2 career opportunities for free without any further commitment.

Oilfieldexplorer.com was founded by a team with over twenty years of oilfield experience. The site launched in June 2013 and is based in Houston, Texas, the largest hub for oil and gas professionals in the world.

Vist the Job Board: http://jobs.oilfieldexplorer.com/

Vist OE Homepage: http://www.oilfieldexplorer.com/

Media Contact: Gregg Frasure, Oil Information Holdings LLC, 713-540-2557, [email protected]

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