LOOKING FOR A POWERSPORTS JOB?

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PRESS RELEASE: Motorcycle Industry Jobs.com (MIJ) launches a new updated website with new features and a fresh clean look. It now offers a completely mobile friendly that allows job seekers to upload a resume and apply to a job straight from their smartphones.

MIJ is rolling out its new format at the AIMExpo in Las Vegas with plenty of new features to facilitate connections. “The basics are still there, but the user interface has been greatly enhanced.” It is now possible to connect via LinkedIn, so you can create an account and upload your resume with just a few clicks. “We know that there are passionate moto people attached to the resumes and we want to hear your story,” adds Alex.

“We work in an awesome industry with the greatest people on the planet, but there still seems to be a disconnect in connecting great people with good gigs,” says founder Alex Baylon. “MIJ makes the connection. Our mission is to make these connections as seamless and easy as possible.”

Click on the site and see the new “Profiles” page to connect names and faces. We want to hear your story! How did you get into the motorcycle industry? Where you are now in the industry? How has the industry affected your career? Want to be featured in our Industry Profile Spotlight? We want to hear your story!

Based on customer input and innovative technology, we are creating the most powerful human resource tool that evolves and grows right along with the industry itself,” says MIJ founder Alex Baylon. “MIJ is committed to a site that meets the demands of this ever-changing industry.  We promise to continue listening to our customers and connecting everyone in this industry.”

Connect with the industry at www.MotorcycleIndustryJobs.com


About Us:
MotorcycleIndustryJobs.com (MIJ) is the #1 motorcycle job board serving the motorcycle/powersports industry. We are the premiere service for connecting the best companies with the most qualified job seekers in the motorcycle industry.

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