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Job listing stats - Cook Islands Jobs December 2013

Merry Christmas from Cook Islands Jobs!
This is just a wee message to say thank you to all of you who have utilised Cook Islands Jobs this year. Whether you're an employer who has listed a job, a jobseeker or just an avid follower of our site- this one's for you!
We've only been up an running for 4 months but already we're seeing results!

We're averaging 70+ individual visitors each day to the site from all over the Cook Islands and further abroad. No role is too big or too small (we've advertised from part time wait staff to the CEO of Telecom Cook Islands!)

For those of you yet to advertise your roles on our site, we invite you to try it out and ensure your business is recruiting the best possible candidates for your roles. Our fees are low - $79 for 30 days of advertising, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

For our successful jobseekers out there (and we know of a few of you already...Anthony!)- if you have found your job through us- please let us know as it's always great to hear of the successes of our site.

See below for more info on how the site is running, who is looking at your jobs and our exciting plans for 2014!


Job listing stats - Cook Islands Jobs December 2013


Jobseekers- who are they?

We've been so overwhelmed with the number of Jobseekers using the site (on average 70+ individual users per day!) that we've launched a new section of the website specifically for those looking for employment in the Cooks.

And to celebrate this new service- we're offering all 2013 school leavers a free advert over Summer to help get their foot in the door employment-wise.

2014 and beyond
In 2014 we will be teaming up with some local businesses and educators to bring Jobseekers in the Cook Islands a range of services and courses from CV writing to interview techniques to help them get that dream job.

Our aim over 2014 is to be the one-stop shop for employers and jobseekers alike to find each other with ease.

Our overall vision to showcase employment opportunities to our kuki's living overseas is already paying off and already we've had some successes with helping returning Cook Islanders to find employment back home. Including Anthony Doel, the new Manager of Foodland - "Cook Islands Jobs was our window to paradise."


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