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Offline Rennhack

How Popular is NukeWorker?
« on: Dec 09, 2005, 06:48 »
We have been online since April 19th, 1999.


•   NukeWorker receives over 250,000 page views a day, 6.5 million page views a month.
•   NukeWorker receives over 20,000 unique visits a day, 500,000 unique visits a month.
•   NukeWorker has over 30,000 registered users (Job board + Forum).
•   NukeWorker has over 1,100 registered companies.


•   We have tripled our audience for 5 years straight, from 6,000 unique visitors a month in 1999 to 500,000 unique visitors (6.5 million page views) a month in 2004.
•   We have doubled our gross income five out of six years (2002 to 2007).
•   We have booked more than 2,800 sales in 5 years.
•   We have managed more than 1,500 clients, with over 150 commercial clients, including 30 fortune 500 clients.
•   We have increased sales volume 10-40% each year for five years.
•   (Figures correct as of Aug 17th 2007.)


•   Our forum has over 59,000 Posts in more than 4,700 Topics
•   Our Photo Gallery has over 5,600 pictures which have been viewed over 1.6 million times.
•   Our free online quizzes have been taken over 77,000 times.
•   Our Job board has had over 26,000 job applications processed in the last 3 years (since 8/26/2004)
•   Our Job board has had over 4,700 jobs posted in the last 3 years (since 8/26/2004)


•   MSN lists 2,096 sites that link to us.
•   Google lists 1,840 sites that link to us.
•   Yahoo lists 73,423 pages that link to us.
•   Google, MSN and Yahoo have over 100,000 pages of our site indexed.
•   Google gives us a very high page rank of 7/10 (Yahoo and MSN rank 9/10).


•   DMOZ directory has us listed 5 times.
•   Wikipedia links to us 51 times.
•   The 'wayback machine' internet archive has 237 saved snapshots of our site, starting Mar 03 2000. http://web.archive.org/web/*/http://www.nukeworker.com



We have 30 fortune 500 clients, some of our clients include:

ACTS
ABB Group
Advanced Pneumatics
Aerotek
Allegheny Technologies
Alliant Tech Systems
Ameren
American DND
American Radiation Services
AREVA
Argonne National Lab
Arizona Public Service
ATK
Atlantic Group
B&B Environmental Safety
Babcock Services
Barkers
Bartlett
Bayard
Bechtel
Bechtel BWXT Idaho
Bechtel Nevada
Becon
Bernard Hodes Group
Biach Industries
British Energy
Brookhaven National Lab
BWXT
Cellular Bio Engineering
Centaurus Energy
Chase Environmental Group
Coanetic
Confidential Services
Constellation
Dade Moeller & Associates
Day & Zimmermann
DeNuke Contracting Services
Dominion
Eberline
ECC/E2 Closure Services
Edgewater
EG&G Technical Services
Empyrean
EnCana
Enercon Services
EnergX
Energy Northwest
Envirocare
Environmental Dimensions
EPCE/CAEL
ERIN Engineering and Research
ES&H
ETEBA
Exelon
Expansion Seal
Federal Engineers and Constructors
Fine Research
Finnegan Henderson
Florida Power & Light
Fluor Hanford
Fowler
Fractal Solutions
FRG Corporation
Furmanite
General Electric
Gilbert Consulting Services
Google
Harry Kahn Associates
Hennigan Engineering
Hudson
Hydro Quebec
Institute of Nuclear Power Operations (INPO)
International Access Corporation
International Engineering Services
IO Energy
Johnson Service Group
K2 Environmental Services
Kelly Scientific Resources
Keystone
Knolls Atomic Power Lab
Lawrence Berkeley National Lab
Lawrence Livermore National Lab
Lighthouse Recruiting
Linn State Technical College
Lockheed Martin
LTC Technical
Luminant
Magellan
Maintenance and Inspection Services
MarCom
MGP Instruments
Millennium Services
MJW Corporation
MOTA Corporation
MPS Group
NAC International
National Engineering Service Corporation
National Enrichment Facility
National Resource Management
National Security Technologies
Navarro Research & Engineering
Nebraska Public Power District
Nuclear Energy Institute (NEI)
Nevada Technical Associates
New World Environmental
NFS Radiation Protection Systems
North Safety
Nova Machine
Nuclear  Safety Associates
Nuclear Energy Institute
Nuclear Management Company
Nuclear Referral Company
Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC)
Nuclear Systems Associates
Numanco
Oak Ridge National Lab
Olele Point Services
Onsite Companies
Pangea
Paul Mueller Company
PCI Energy
PEAK Technical Services
PenPower
Philotechnics
Pira Consulting
Process Engineering Associates
Progress Energy
Public Service Enterprise Group
Quality Nuclear Services
RACE Services
Radiation Safety & Control Services
Radiation Safety Academy
Radiological Assessment Services
Rad-Ware
RBC Capital Markets
Remote Ocean Systems
Resource Technologies Corporation
Rich Industries
Rockbestos-Surprenant Cable Corporation
RPS Applied Engineering Controls
RSL Safety
RWE NUKEM Corporation
Safety and Ecology Corporation
Safety Security Solutions
Saffo Contractors
SAIC
Sapp & Associates
SCANA
Scientech
SCM Staff Placement Specialists
Shaw
Shonka
Siemens
Sonic Systems International
Southern California Edison
Spectra Tech
Strata-G
Street Legal Industries
Studsvik Processing Facility
Sulzer Pumps
Swift
Task Performance
Team Industrial Services
Tennessee Valley Authority
The Delphi Groupe
The Plus Group
Theragenics
Think Energy Group
Toeroek Associates
Tradewinds Research
Trax Personnel Services
TXU Energy
Tyco Electronics
Underwater Construction Corporation
UniTech Services Group
United Servo Hydraulics
United States Enrichment Corporation
URS Corporation
US Inspection Services
Vector
Vilinc Solutions
VOLT
Washington Group International
WD Assoc
Weatherford
Weir Valve USA
Weirich & Associates
Weirich Consulting Services
Westinghouse
Westwind
Wood Mackenzie
« Last Edit: Nov 03, 2007, 09:39 by Rennhack »

Offline Rennhack

Re: How Popular is NukeWorker?
« Reply #1 on: Jan 03, 2007, 04:19 »
Three out of five NukeWorker candidates have a degree and over five years of experience in their field and 1 out of 4 have more than twenty years.  Four out of five candidates also possess a security clearance.
The top resume categories in our resume database are 32% Engineers and Designers, 31% Health Physics, 15% Operations, and 13% Management.

You can view the exact breakdown here:
http://www.nukeworker.com/job/resume_category_display.php
« Last Edit: Jan 03, 2007, 04:24 by Rennhack »

 


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