The new service is called “0 to 3 Talent Bank” and focuses on entry-level jobseekers. It serves those with less than three years’ professional experience, such as recent graduates and those who have work experience outside the media industry. MSN is now accepting resumes for entry-level positions in media sales, production, on-air talent, engineering, IT, and digital resources.

Media Staffing Network Founder and CEO Laurie Kahn said, “Our goal is to help media companies and younger generations come together to discuss career opportunities. There will be no cost to candidates to join the confidential database once they are screened, qualified, and accepted into the 0 To 3 Talent Bank. What makes this database unique is that we have humans reviewing all applicants to not miss any due to a poor resume.”

In addition to job matching, entry-level candidates will have access to tips and techniques to help in their job search. While schools do a fair job of preparing recent graduates, MSN will share improved ways to present qualifications through resumes, build an appropriate online presence, and more effectively search for a position.

This service will be an instrumental resource for media organizations, State Associations, and all companies wanting to increase awareness of their open entry-level positions. MSN has partnered with the BeOnAir Network, who has broadcast schools throughout the country and prepares students for on-air, production, and sales.

The 0 to 3 Talent Bank will launch in the 1st Quarter 2019 for employers interested in hiring, and is now accepting resumes which can be submitted directly to the website.

Article published in Radio Ink