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CAREERCAST TO RECREATE CAREERS.WSJ.COM JOBSEEK DATABASE.

Careers.wsj.com, Princeton, N.J., a free job-search and career-guidance site from The Wall Street Journal Interactive Edition, has selected San Diego-based CareerCast Inc. to recreate and maintain the careers.wsj.com JobSeek database.

The JobSeek database at careers.wsj.com allows companies to post an unlimited number of job opportunities automatically, without any manual intervention. The CareerCast technology searches each company's internal and external job databases, or sections of those databases as specified by each company, and posts those jobs several times weekly into the JobSeek database. Users can then conduct a keyword search of all jobs by title, company name, location, salary level and a range of other criteria.

"We're very excited to offer the Internet's most sophisticated job-gathering and posting tool," said Tony Lee, editor in chief and general manager of careers.wsj.com. "We hear repeatedly from HR professionals that they truly value Internet job-posting technology that doesn't require any work by their staffs. By simply maintaining their internal job-posting databases, they've done all the work needed to be included in our database, which attracts the highest demographic candidates of any online career site."

"We are excited about supporting the net's best-of-breed career site, careers.wsj.com," said Rick Miller, President and CEO of CareerCast. "Careers.wsj.com clearly demonstrates the power of job replication technologies in benefiting both the job seeker and client employers alike."

Careers.wsj.com

Launched in 1997, careers.wsj.com (http://careers.wsj.com) is the Internet's premier site for executive, managerial and professional jobs. Content comes from the powerful editorial resources of The Wall Street Journal, the Journal's Interactive Edition and the National Business Employment Weekly, all published by Dow Jones & Company, as well as from the careers.wsj.com editorial team. Its JobSeek database offers a wide variety of employment opportunities from a range of top employers.

CareerCast

Founded in 1997, CareerCast's (http://www.careercast.com) replication technology automatically creates large-scale job and resume databases from existing data sources on the Web. CareerCast's Web-based job replication, resume replication, distribution and resume response-management database technologies and services eliminate manual processes involved in posting jobs and identifying candidates on the Web.

About The Wall Street Journal Interactive Edition Introduced in April 1996, The Wall Street Journal Interactive Edition features continuously updated coverage of the full spectrum of business news both in the U.S. and around the world, prepared by a dedicated news staff, supported by the global resources of The Wall Street Journal and Dow Jones Newswires. Subscribers have access to more than 22,000 in-depth background reports on companies, an archive of news articles, and personal news and stock portfolios. Subscribers can also search the vast Dow Jones Publications Library, featuring current and past articles from 6,000 newspapers, magazines and business-news sources. The Interactive Journal has paid circulation of more than 283,000 subscribers. Subscriptions cost $59 annually or $29 per year for subscribers of any print edition of the Journal or Barron's.

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