WeedHire.com Ranked Number One Most Visited Career Site for Legal Marijuana Jobs
FAIR LAWN, N.J., Sept. 10, 2014 /PRNewswire/ — AnythingIT/WeedHire (OTCBB: ANYI) today announced that WeedHire.com was the most visited career site in the legal cannabis industry during the month of August, according to SimilarWeb, which measures online behavior worldwide.
“Reaching the number one spot in just three months is an exciting sign that WeedHire.com really has become the go-to place for job opportunities in this space,” said WeedHire.com CEO David Bernstein. “The traffic to our site shows that this industry is growing rapidly and a real need exists to match employers with skilled professionals who are passionate about obtaining work in the legal marijuana industry.”
WeedHire.com was launched in May 2014 as the premier marijuana jobs site for the legal cannabis industry. In addition to the website, WeedHire.com recently launched the first-ever Android job search app for the industry. The app lets employers post openings from the convenience of a mobile device and job seekers can search in a specific geographic area, upload resumes, submit them and share job posts with friends. The site is also preparing to launch a similar app for the iPhone.
Although WeedHire is the central online portal and social media source for job seekers and providers, it is not involved with the growth, sale, or distribution of marijuana.
SimilarWeb provides services in web analytics, data mining and business intelligence for international corporations using big data technologies to collect, measure, analyze and provide user engagement statistics for websites and mobile apps.
AnythingIT manages WeedHire.com and is a leading IT recycler serving OEM’s, resellers, government and enterprise clients. Services provided include: data scrubbing, shredding, inventorying, and resale. Incorporated in 1992, the company is also a GSA Schedule Holder who has achieved E-Stewards, ISO 9001& 14001 certifications.
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