The exclusive agreement will allow visitors to Clear Channel's television news Web sites to search for hourly jobs available in their immediate area, with the opportunity to immediately apply online for positions at the nation's leading retailers, restaurants and service providers that list job openings through SnagAJob.com. Clear Channel operates 41 television stations – and their corresponding Web sites – in more than 25 markets across the country.
"By powering the hourly job listings available on Clear Channel's television Web sites, SnagAJob.com continues to make itself known as the online resource for hourly job seekers," said Shawn Boyer, chief executive officer of SnagAJob.com. "Clear Channel is certainly a nationwide force in the television news business, and we look forward to sharing our expertise in the hourly job market with its audience, both from the job seeker and employer perspective."
SnagAJob.com, which records more than 55 million annual job searches for companies hiring non-exempt employees, helps hire for employers such as The Home Depot, Target, Wendy's, FedEx, Friendly's and Chick-fil-A.
"Our television viewers and Web site visitors depend on Clear Channel Television for their latest news and information, and it's our goal to continue to provide Web site content that enhances their experience beyond insightful and accurate news reporting," said Jason Gould, regional vice president and general manager of Clear Channel Television Interactive. "By partnering with SnagAJob.com, we're able to quickly and easily provide our visitors with the best online resource for hourly jobs. Hourly employers in our markets also will be connected with the largest community of online hourly job seekers."
Job seekers at Clear Channel's television news Web sites can search for local employment opportunities by using the "Find a Job" button on either the top or left-hand side navigation bars.