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SPIE Career Center Improves Tools for Photonics Job Seekers and Companies
Date:7/23/2013

Bellingham, Washington (PRWEB) July 23, 2013

Finding the best job opportunities or most qualified candidates in the ever-growing optics and photonics industry is easier with several recent changes to the SPIE Career Center website.

Now accessible at https://spiecareercenter.org, the new site, managed by SPIE, the international society for optics and photonics, provides more international connections in an already richly networked audience, and improved navigation and search functionality.

Other improvements include more articles with career advice, industry news, SPIE.TV video interviews and features, and information about continuing education opportunities. Advertising opportunities for employers have expanded with increased options for online banner and print advertising. The website has also become more internationally friendly by listing salaries in several currencies and by collaborating with optics.org, SPIE’s industry news site. That site now offers a Jobs section which shares the same job listings and functionality as the SPIE Career Center.

“We have teamed up with optics.org to attract even more international employers and to increase our talent pool of top optics and photonics professionals from around the world,” said Andrew Brown, SPIE Senior Director of Global Business Development. “Our ongoing goal is to grow this popular service and provide an increased number of job opportunities from around the world.”

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