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Newsweek May 16, 2005 Here's some good news for the class of 2005: there are more jobs and bigger bucks waiting for college grads than at any time since the dot-com hiring craze, according to the National Association of Colleges and Employers. Employers say they'll hire 13 percent more graduates than they did last year, and they'll pay them more, too. Marketing grads will see average starting salaries rise 6 percent, to $37,832; business majors' starting salaries are up 3.2 percent, to $39,448,...
CN8 The Comcast Network November 24th, 2004 Click here to watch the CN8 interview with Rich Milgram about women going back to work. View Video
Onrec.com June 22, 2004   BlowSearch.com, provider of Internet search tools, has just begun offering job listings through an agreement with Artemis HR. Artemis provides search results for some of the country’s largest national sites like 4Jobs.com, along with regional sites like PhillyJobs.com and industry specific sites like LookTech.com. The BlowSearch career site can be accessed at careers.blowsearch.com
Classified Intelligence August 9, 2005  What do you call it when you decide to do more on you Web site than just post jobs? For Artemis HR, parent of the 4Jobs.com network, the answer was Beyond.com. Of course, it was more than just a lucky coincidence that the name of the defunct e-commerce vendor was available.  View Full Article
Webpronews.com   June 16, 2005 Does the prospect of starting a new career seem daunting? Are you unwilling to wade through the Monster.com inundation? If so, perhaps there is another career utility offering the services you desire. Not content on being a job post board, Beyond.com offers users a number of tools (many of them free) to assist people with career transitions (Fear not search engine news seekers, there are also search engine implications with Beyond's service). Beyond.com was recently...
Business Journal November 18, 2004   Artemis HR Inc. of Horsham, Pa., entered into an agreement to help run the job Web sites for Putman Media Inc., a trade and custom publisher for the chemicals and materials processing industry that is based in Itasca, Ill. As part of the deal, the Putnam Web sites will be integrated into the Artemis HR 4Jobs Career Network, a large career Web site with more than 1,500 national, regional and industry specific job sites. About six Putnam Web sites will join the...
OnRec.com March 11, 2004   Artemis HR, Inc. (AHR) (www.artemishr.com), a source for talent management software and technology, has been selected to provide local employment listings to SeekOn Search Systems (www.seekon.com), a online directory, which organizes searches geographically. This agreement will provide SeekOn.com users with the ability to search Artemis HR's 4Jobs Career Network (www.4jobs.com) for niche specific jobs in individual cities throughout North America. "The Internet connects...
Onrec.com November 19, 2004   Artemis HR, Inc. (AHR) ( www.artemishr.com ), a source for talent management software and technology, has entered into an exclusive agreement to power online career centers for Putman Media, Inc. (www.putmanmedia.com), a trade and custom publisher for the chemical and materials processing industry. This deal integrates Putman Web sites into the Artemis HR 4Jobs Career Network (www.4jobs.com), allowing Putman online visitors to easily search for specific jobs opportunities...
News-journalonline.com February 27, 2005   Quintessential Careers ( www.quintcareers.com ) of DeLand has linked up with the 4Jobs.com Career Network of Philadelphia. 4Jobs.com , a source for talent management software and technology, also linked up with JobBankUSA and SalesHeads.com. The deal expands the 4Jobs.com Career Network, giving job seekers more choices for specific employment opportunities throughout North America, said Rich Milgram, 4Jobs chief executive. "All three Web sites reach a wide...
Bizjournal.com June 1, 2005 Local demand for these workers is actually a reflection of a national trend, says Steven Kraut, vice president of business development for 4Jobs.com , an online network of more than 6,000 general and industry-specific job boards. Kraut says the information-technology and engineering sectors currently account for about half the listings on his company?s sites. In New York, they account for about 40 percent of the listings. The trend has been most noticeable for the last...
Rich Milgram interviewed on BLS Employment Situation Report-Media monitoring service tracking pick up.
Electronic Recruiting News January 7, 2004 Brian Kreuger, the CEO of CollegeGrad.com , collects job board  performance data from Alexa each month. Here's the data from  December 01, 2003. That was the date that CareerBuilder assumed control of the job-hunter traffic on AOL and MSN. We'll be using it as a baseline as we watch the consequences of the change. As always, there are pluses and minuses involved in using any web traffic measurement data. It's a surprisingly inexact science. Subject to some...
Classified Intelligence March 23, 2005   By traffic if not by listings, a job board - a term used very loosely here - you may never have heard of ranks seventh among all boards in the United States. It's 4jobs.com. And the reason for the lack of name identification is a company strategy that emphasizes its 1,500 niche and partner sites. "We really emphasize the individual sites. The national site is there, but we focus on building the local sites," said Richard Milgram, CEO of Artemis HR, which...
Webpronews.com June 13th, 2005  Artemis HR, Inc. parent company of the 4Jobs.com Career Network ( www.4Jobs.com ), has expanded its operations beyond careers to include complimentary business and lifestyle-related technology and resources. To reflect its commitment to the new positioning, the company changed its corporate name to Beyond.com and invested in the acquisition of the Web address, Beyond.com . Beyond.com will now deliver technology, products, services, tools and resources for the business...
Onrec.com February 2, 2005   The 4Jobs.com Career Network, an online Career Center and source for talent management software and technology, has entered into an exclusive agreement to power online career centers for JobBankUSA ( www.jobbankusa.com ), Quintessential Careers ( www.quintcareers.com ) and SalesHeads ( www.salesheads.com ). This deal expands the 4Jobs.com Career Network, giving jobseekers even more choices for specific employment opportunities throughout North America. ?All three websites...
Rich Milgram interviewed regarding Monster.com’s sale rumors.

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