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LakeFront Data Ventures Jobs Website Attracting Industry Support, Claims LDV’s Richards

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Following its launch at the end of last year, LakeFrontDataJobs.com has garnered 150 registered users and 30 job postings, according to Dale Richards, CEO of LakeFront Data Ventures (LDV). The site was launched just over two months ago as a web-based job connection service for financial data management and information professionals.

Richards claims the portal is attracting the support of clients, recruiters, vendors, contractors and job hunters because it “meets the specific needs of employers and employees in the financial and energy information market”.

Access to the postings requires secure registration but this is free for people posting resumes and searching for jobs. It is also free for employers until the end of February 2009, adds Richards.

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