Press 3 puts out call to Mac-centric employers

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Press 3 provides Mac Certified Systems Engineer (MacCSE) certifications and a job seeker database. Recently the company put out the call to Mac-centric companies looking for employees to sign up for their network, free of charge.

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Press 3 charges potential job applications a one-time fee of $14.95 to register on their network, which covers the United States and international regions. The company said that the database includes information on Press 3 certified techs as well as other Mac professionals who have joined the network.

Now Press 3 is trying to drum up additional interest from those that would employ Mac people through the job seeking service. The company is offering Mac-centric organizations free access. Press 3 encourages companies interested in taking advantage to get in touch with them -- Press 3 said it will make the match at no charge.

Press 3's MacCSE certification requires that technicians successfully complete the Mac Class, Mac Hardware and Mac OS X exams. The certification is not officially recognized by Apple, but it's less expensive than going an official Apple route: It costs only $49.95 for the online exam, a special that runs through the end of the month.

This story, "Press 3 puts out call to Mac-centric employers" was originally published by PCWorld.

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