NRF Launches Retail Industry Job Board

WASHINGTON-The National Retail Federation has launched Retail Jobs, a recruiting and search tool developed for retailers and job seekers. The job board will serve as a fundamental part of NRF's This is Retail: Careers, Community, Innovation campaign, which was launched in April in an effort to broaden and enhance perceptions of the industry.

Retail Jobs powered by NRF, located at jobs.nrf.com, will provide retail companies the opportunity to showcase the assortment of positions they have available. In addition to job board postings, employers have an opportunity to have their jobs featured in daily e-mails to thousands of retail professionals via NRF and Shop.org SmartBriefs. NRF, Shop.org and ARTS members will receive a special member rate for posting their jobs.

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