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Best Career Site for Executives

NOVATO, CA (DJC) NETSHARE.com, an exclusive executive job search and career
management website, has been selected by Forbes Magazine as the “Best of the
Best” in
their “Best of the Web” Summer 2000 issue. In 1998,
NETSHARE.com was also honored by FORTUNE as one of the five
“Best Search Sites” on the Internet and the only job site
recommended for executives.

The Forbes “Best of the Web” staff reviewed over 5000
websites in making their selections in more than 90
categories. Sites were judged on design, navigation,
content, speed and customization. NETSHARE.com was selected
“Best of the Best” in a newly created category “Executive
Suite”.

“It’s a great honor to be singled out by Forbes. We are
thrilled,” says Kathy Simmons, President of NETSHARE.com.
“We have worked very hard to create a site which provides
executives and other top-level job search candidates with
complete flexibility based on their personal situation, type
of position sought and amount of time they have to devote to
their job search.”

NETSHARE.com is a privately-owned company that has served
senior executives since 1991. In addition to more than 1500
job listings, the site also offers subscribers access to
extensive employment market intelligence and guidance from
top career coaches and resume writers nationwide.

Founded by David B. Theobald, one of the top recruiters in
the US for 11 years, NETSHARE.com currently serves more than
2400 subscribers and maintains a network of nearly 7000
executive search firms and corporate recruiters nationwide.

www.netshare.com

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