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Your Dream Job is Right Here!

GREENVILLE – Can’t find a job locally? You probably haven’t tried Hometown Opportunity!

According to Darke County Economic Development Director Marc Saluk, there is no need to look outside the area for that “dream job.” It can be found at Hometown Opportunity (hometownopportunity.com).

From the March 29, 2015 edition of The Early Bird

By Bob Robinson, Associate Editor

GREENVILLE – Can’t find a job locally? You probably haven’t tried Hometown Opportunity!

According to Darke County Economic Development Director Marc Saluk, there is no need to look outside the area for that “dream job.” It can be found at Hometown Opportunity (hometownopportunity.com).

“What started out as a simple job posting site has evolved into a complete career connection,” he said. “Our mission is to make sure we connect local talent with local companies.”

Hometown Opportunity has posted just under 5,000 jobs since its inception; Darke County has been a full partner in the site, which serves Darke, Mercer and Auglaize counties, for a little over a year. It has had 131,000 unique viewers with a return rate of 70 percent. Saluk added Hometown Opportunity’s Facebook page has nearly 4,000 likes and at least as many subscribers to its newsletter.

“The site is growing, usage is growing, our mission to connect local companies with local talent is growing,” Saluk said. “We want to make sure we retain our folks here. The opportunities are here. Individuals with skills can be employed here.”

He noted the phenomenal growth in the county… FRAM, Jafe, Ramco, Whirlpool, GTI, multiple health areas. There are professional jobs, and for those who start out in entry level work, there are resources to help them achieve their career goals, Saluk said. “There is no reason for the workforce to seek outside areas of employment,” he added. “The jobs are here… and you can get the applications for those jobs from here (Hometown Opportunity).”

The site has grown tremendously just in the past year. It offers links to local colleges, school districts, various local resources, key industries for the area, success stories, testimonials, an events calendar and more.....

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