Under the terms of the agreement, Monster.com will become the exclusive career-search engine across AOL, AOL Canada, AOL.com, CompuServe, ICQ, Netscape Netcenter and Digital City. Users will have access to Monster's jobs database of more than 260,000 opportunities, a resume-building tool and more than 700 pages of career content, the companies said.
Monster.com, headquartered in Maynard, Mass., is a global careers Web site with 10.1 million unique visits per month. Monster.com connects companies with job-seekers, offering technology and services that assist those companies in the recruiting process. The company's network consists of content and language sites in the United States, United Kingdom, Australia, Canada, the Netherlands, Belgium, New Zealand, Singapore and France.
Dulles, Va.-based AOL and Monster.com will create co-branded sites, enabling members and visitors to AOL's Web-based properties to search for jobs; use job search agents and, in many cases, apply online; submit resumes online; personalize the area to help with their job search; and research companies offering jobs, the companies said.