AerospaceCrossing Launches with More Than 1,776 Active Aerospace Job Openings
Released on: October 15, 2008, 4:54 am
Press Release Author: Mary Waldron
Press Release Summary: EmploymentCrossing, the world's premier job-opening research institution, announced the launch of AerospaceCrossing on Monday. The site is dedicated to professionals seeking aerospace job openings. AerospaceCrossing consolidates jobs from employer websites, job portals, aviation websites, and other aerospace websites and collects them in its revolutionary proprietary database. The site saves aerospace engineers, airline contractors, and aircraft engine manufacturers thousands of hours of research when looking for new ventures by locating job listings for them.
Press Release Body: Pasadena, CA - Aerospace professionals are responsible for producing aircraft, guided missiles, space vehicles, aircraft engines, propulsion units, and related parts. Their tasks also include the overhaul, rebuilding, and conversion of older aircraft. Firms producing transport aircraft make up the largest segment of the non-military aircraft portion of the industry. AerospaceCrossing (www.aerospacecrossing.com) has just been launched by EmploymentCrossing with 1,700-plus aerospace jobs to help aerospace professionals carve niches for themselves in various workplaces. AerospaceCrossing contains all types of aerospace job listings for those who want to pursue career paths as aircraft engine manufacturers, propulsion experts, aerospace engineers, and the like.
According to the US Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), about half of all workers in this industry work a standard 40-hour week. Employment in the aerospace industry declined in the first half of this decade (from 2000-2004) as a result of a drastic reduction in commercial transport aircraft orders, but an increase in air traffic and the improving financial health of the nation's airlines had caused this trend to reverse since 2004. This year again, however, there have been intermittent layoffs in the aviation and aerospace industry as airplane companies are bearing the brunt of the recession. The BLS has also reported that it is the production workers who are facing layoffs rather than the technical staff.
In light of these intermittent employment difficulties facing aerospace professionals, EmploymentCrossing decided to focus on finding jobs for aerospace professionals and posting them under the canopy of AerospaceCrossing.
''There are so many aerospace jobs out there that job seekers do not know about,'' says A. Harrison Barnes, founder and CEO of AerospaceCrossing. ''The number of jobs present on various aerospace job portals far surpasses what most job seekers see advertised on most job sites. By bringing those jobs that are on employer websites to job seekers in the aerospace industry, we are giving them many more options than they would get with a traditional job search on other commercial job boards.''
In what is perhaps a reflection of the current aerospace job market, the most popular searches on the website are:
* aerospace jobs * aerospace engineering jobs * aerospace engineer jobs * aerospace sales jobs * aerospace industry jobs * jobs in aerospace * aerospace manufacturing jobs * aerospace jobs in California
Barnes emphasizes that AerospaceCrossing is committed to finding new sources of aerospace jobs daily.
''There is an astonishing number of aerospace job openings in New York, Los Angeles, Texas, Oklahoma City, and many more cities. We want to find them all,'' he says.
AerospaceCrossing charges job seekers $29.95 to look at its job-opening research. However, it is currently offering a free, seven-day trial to allow users to familiarize themselves with the service. The free trial is available to everyone on the site's registration page for a limited time.
For more information about AerospaceCrossing, please visit www.aerospacecrossing.com.
Web Site: http://www.aerospacecrossing.com/
Contact Details: Mary Waldron Editorial Coordinator AerospaceCrossing 626-243-1821 firstname.lastname@example.org