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Posted by Willy Franzen on September 10, 2012. Positions below updated every five minutes.
|Trust and Estate Administration Assistant||Southfield, MI|
|Sales Representative||Denver, CO|
|Financial Institutions Regulatory Compliance Practice Leader||Chicago, IL|
|Audit Staff / Audit Senior (Japanese Business Services)||Auburn Hills, MI|
|Senior Software Engineer - Florida Relocation||Minnesota|
|eCommere Business Manager||Oakland, CA|
|ERS Consultant||Chicago, IL|
|Employee Benefit Plan - Client Service Representative||Auburn Hills, MI|
|Enterprise Risk Services Consultant||Southfield, MI|
|Tax Senior or Tax Manager (Real Estate Industry)||Columbus, OH|
There are some websites that I never intentionally visit, but I always end up visiting anyway. Links to their articles just pop up all over the place–Facebook, Twitter, Google, and even e-mails from friends. Business Insider is one of those sites. I’m not typically a huge fan of their content (maybe because they published an “article” that was derived completely from comments on our post about Bridgewater Associates), but they’re certainly prolific. They cover a wide range of verticals, which makes them a good source for job seekers who want to stay current on news and events in a particular industry. Business Insider is based in New York, NY and was founded in 2007, and since then they’ve been able to drive a ton of traffic. That traffic has helped put Business Insider at #354 on the Inc. 500 with 1,055% three-year growth and $7.7 million in revenue.
Business Insider describes itself as “dedicated to aggregating, reporting, and analyzing the top news stories across the web and delivering them to you at rapid-fire pace.” From what I’ve seen, they go pretty heavy on the aggregating and much lighter on the analysis. It’s a good place to go for a quick look at what’s happening, and they do a great job of making information super digestible (they love lists and slideshows). Spend 5 minutes on their site, and you should get a really good feel for their approach to journalism. If you like what you see, then you’ll want to take a look at Business Insider’s Jobs page. It’s a little odd in that they use the same content management system for posting jobs that they use for posting articles, so it’s completely unclear which jobs have been filled. Some of the more recent postings include Conference Editor, QA Engineer, and Sales Development Planner. It’s kind of cool that you can see all of Business Insider’s past job postings, but it’s hard to know which positions are worth applying for.
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