PERM Job Search Ads: Monster.com, Yahoo.com
PERM-Ads.com can offer you discounts on placing job search website postings for your Labor Certification needs during the PERM and H1B/H2B process.
We can provide accurate ad copy, target the exact area and website to use for best results, as well as obtain all of the relevant proofs and supporting documentation needed to present your case during the filing of the DOL 9089.
Careerbuilder.com has relationships with quite a few major newspapers, like LA Times, etc. They usually post for a little more money than Monster does, but if you get the ad through the newspaper it’s much cheaper than trying to do it yourself online and classify it correctly for PERM.
America’s Job Exchange AJE is actually a portal to complete your SWA posting requirements, which are listed here. Now most of the SWA organizations are adopting the clone technology AJE sells, instead of trying to come up with their own half-baked systems. It’s a good thing they are, -some of the SWA sites are really far too complicated and bureaucratic to actually serve any level of public function they were intended for.
Monster.com acquired Yahoo Hotjobs recently, so some things have changed. Yahoo had a very restrictive hold on all the newspapers, -you could never “opt out” of Yahoo Internet Job Ads if you bought a print ad.
Jobspider.com is one of the search engines accepted by the Dept. of Labor that not too many people know about.
Yahoo Hotjobs PERM-Ads.com has a contract with Yahoo Hot Jobs that allows us to give you immediate job postings on their site, targeted to the exact geographic area required in the Dept. Of Labor requirements.
Yahoo HotJOBs is rapidly becoming the default job search engine of choice for many Newspapers. Our agency relationship with Yahoo allows you to opt out of Newspaper ads that force you to buy this option at a steeper rate.
We place all ads in accordance with the following DOL Guidelines:
(C) Job search Web site other than the employer’s. The use of a job search Web site other than the employer’s can be documented by providing dated copies of pages from one or more website(s) that advertise the occupation involved in the application. Copies of web pages generated in conjunction with the newspaper advertisements required by paragraph (e)(1)(i)(B) of this section can serve as documentation of the use of a Web site other than the employer’s.
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