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What is The National Labor Exchange?

The National Labor Exchange, provided by DirectEmployers Association in alliance with The National Association of State Workforce Agencies (NASWA) to increase labor market efficiency, offers companies, states and job seekers an affordable transition from America's Job Bank (AJB) which was discontinued July 1, 2007. US National Labor Exchange helps employers satisfy their compliance requirements and provides a single place on the Internet where job seekers can find employment opportunities in all industries.
The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) predicts a labor shortage of more than 10 million skilled workers by 2010 which heightens employers’ need to attract difficult to reach groups such as minorities, veterans, seniors and women to the workforce.
US National Labor Exchange plays a leading role in helping employers meet their individual affirmative action goals and, as a group, better manage our nation’s workforce. It provides an opportunity for companies to meet their compliance and staffing requirements in an environment that is owned, managed and controlled by employers in a cooperative effort with State and Federal Workforce Agencies.
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