As a further service to our readers, Jobnet, the recruitment Web site produced by PC Week's publisher VNU Business Publications, launched last Wednesday.
All the jobs which appear in PC Week and other VNU titles - including Network News, Informatics Digest, Computing and Computer Contractor - will be posted on Jobnet.
On-line users of Jobnet will be able to search for jobs by job title, skill, location and salary. They will also be able to choose to view vacancies by company or by consultancy.
Job hunters who register on Jobnet will receive a free Email service which will notify them either daily or weekly of any additions to the site that match their requirements.
Jobnet will also have a Featured Employers section where employment consultants can post vacancies.
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