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Melbourne, FL, United States, 2010/02/19 - Career Directors International was selected as one of the top 50 job tools to be featured on the Department of Labor's OneStop Career Center website out of 634 submitted tools during their career tool challenge - CareerDirectors.com.
Over the last several months the Department of Labor accepted submissions to their Tools for America's Job Seekers Challenge. Career Directors International (CDI) was submitted on the recommendation of one of our members for both our member services for career professionals and our job seeker section, which is located on the CDI website under Job Seeker Tools.
During the 3-month challenge, over 16,000 registered users cast 30,000 votes for the 634 submitted tools. The Department of Labor examined these tools, users, and votes, and posted the top tools in alphabetical order on their Career One Stop Job Seeker Tools page. Not only did CDI make the top 50 posted out of 634, but they attained the #2 position in their category, "Other Tools".
CDI President, Laura DeCarlo, says, "We're extremely proud that during the last ten years we have been able to build such an extraordinary community of support for career professionals and job seekers worldwide. This accomplish is definitely a testament to our limitless passion and commitment to championing such a quality standard in the careers industry. We have proven that we will never rest in our dedication to building and contributing to the success of others!"
About Career Directors International (CDI)
Career Directors International (careerdirectors.com) is a professional association committed to delivering industry innovation, industry standards, and an environment for developing unlimited potential for career professionals. It is also a global career services network that seeks to connect job seekers with expert advice, resources, and tools from the professional career services community.
CDI's global membership spans all career disciplines and includes resume writers, career coaches and counselors, job developers, recruiters, outplacement specialists, HR practitioners, and other specialists from private practice, civil service, academia, and military.