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Employment Weekly - EW

Employment Weekly - EW

(570) 585-0212

Employment Weekly - EW

24 years in business

P.O. Box 63
Clarks Summit, PA 18411

BBB File Opened: 6/05/1999
Business Started: 3/21/1992
Business Management
  • Mr. Scott Walsh, Publisher
Contact Information
  • Principal: Mr. Scott Walsh, Publisher
Business Category
  • Publishers - Directory & Guide
  • Shoppers News Publications
  • Advertising Specialties

Alternate Business Names
  • Momemtum Media
  • Auto Best Buys
  • EW@home
  • Hospital News-Northeastern Pa
  • Walsh Communications Group



Walsh Publications publishes a number of specialty publications. One of their most popular publications is Employment Weekly, which advertises employment opportunities.

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Employment Weekly - EW


Employment Weekly - EW