Neuchâtel, October 2013 – The newly partnered Job Watch and WtheJournal have created a watchmaking employment index. Every month, the watchmakers’ jobs portal and the specialist website for fine watchmaking news, both based in Neuchâtel (Switzerland), will publish a watchmaking employment index accompanied by analysis and commentary from expert journalists.
Are you looking for a job? Do you need detailed information about watchmaking businesses to prepare for a job interview? Or do you simply want to read up on all the latest news in watchmaking? Two websites based in Neuchâtel – one of watchmaking’s historic homes – have joined forces to offer readers and subscribers a mine of highly detailed information and an improved service.
A watchmaking employment index
The key element of this partnership between WtheJournal and Job Watch is a new watchmaking employment index. Calculated using Job Watch’s database (which is the most comprehensive in the industry), this index will be published every month by WtheJournal in its monthly Newsletter at first, and then on WtheJournal’s website and mobile apps (available on iPad, iPhone and Android). Analyzed and explained by specialist journalists, the index will present trends and key statistics in watchmaking employment. It is aimed at the media, job applicants and the general public, and will instantly provide readers with all the information they need on the latest trends in watchmaking employment.
Another key development to have emerged from this partnership is that Job Watch employment offers will be published on WtheJournal.com, and watchmaking news can now be viewed on Job Watch.
Job Watch provides a unique skills network for global watchmaking and jewelry businesses, and for job applicants who could be ideal candidates for these industries. It features hundreds of offers, and nearly 30,000 subscribed candidates and over 250 businesses, all of whom have already put their confidence in Job Watch for their recruitment needs. With new job offers and subscribers arriving every day, Job Watch is THE reference website in the watchmaking world for bringing applicants and employers together.
WtheJournal is a key media platform specialized in fine watchmaking. Offering both a website and mobile applications, WtheJournal publishes detailed daily articles about the fascinating world of watchmaking, including analyses, columns, financial breakdowns, interviews with brand bosses, press releases on the most recent developments, and corporate videos. Its aim is to constantly provide detailed, top-quality, up-to-date information. Thanks to WtheJournal and its iPad, iPhone and Android apps, web users can stay connected to watchmaking news whenever, wherever.