EditingCrossing Launches with About 2,000 Active Editor Job Openings

EmploymentCrossing, one of the world’s largest job-search sites, recently launched EditingCrossing, a job-search site exclusively for editorial jobs. Searching for an editing job typically requires going to multiple websites to find job listings: publishers’ websites, media and public relations websites, and multiple job boards. EditingCrossing seeks to consolidate every active editing job in one place.

Pasadena, CA, June 09, 2008 --(PR.com)-- EmploymentCrossing has unveiled EditingCrossing (www.editingcrossing.com), an innovative job-consolidation website that is seeking to change the way editors find jobs. There are numerous opportunities for editors, be they executive editors, technical editors, or copy editors. Nevertheless, finding the right job is always a Herculean task for every job seeker. EditingCrossing aims to make it simple for editors to identify relevant jobs by adding job listings from several other job boards and employer career pages to its own database of employment opportunities.

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, editors held about 122,000 jobs in 2006, one third of which were in the information technology sector. Furthermore, the bureau says that employment of editors is expected to grow by 10% over the 2006-2016 decade. This growth rate is similar to the average growth rate for all occupations.

The CEO of EditingCrossing, A. Harrison Barnes, says, “In this market it is extremely hard to get a job with a recruiter, and recruiters typically work with very few companies. Job openings that are not widely known or publicized are the easiest jobs to get, and our researchers scour numerous sources for those kinds of jobs.”

According to Barnes, the most popular searches on the site have been:

editing jobs
online editing jobs
book editing jobs
editing job
copy editing jobs
editing jobs Chicago
copy editing job
editor jobs
assistant editor jobs
editor job
book editor jobs
contract editing jobs
medical editor jobs
publishing editing jobs
medical editing jobs
writing and editing jobs
magazine editing jobs
technical editing jobs

Barnes emphasizes that EditingCrossing is committed to finding new sources of jobs on a daily basis.

“EditingCrossing is a research company that works for job seekers. We have developed a database of a large number of editing jobs,” Barnes says. “We seek to connect you to employers.”

EditingCrossing 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 EditingCrossing, please visit www.editingcrossing.com.

Mary Waldron