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Teachers get new job website

BECAUSE only 10 HR experts choose teachers and pedagogical workers for thousands of schools, Slovakia’s biggest job website, Profesia.sk, launched the Edujobs.sk project, enabling all kinds of schools enrolled in the schooling network to publish job offers on the website free of charge, the Hospodárske Noviny economic daily wrote.

BECAUSE only 10 HR experts choose teachers and pedagogical workers for thousands of schools, Slovakia’s biggest job website, Profesia.sk, launched the Edujobs.sk project, enabling all kinds of schools enrolled in the schooling network to publish job offers on the website free of charge, the Hospodárske Noviny economic daily wrote.

Edujobs serves both schools and people looking for work in the education sector.

Profesia.sk won the Via Bona prize for the project, granted by the Pontis Foundation in the category of Fair Player in the Market.

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