Fameish Media, LLC Launches Job Swill: Job Therapy For Free

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Fameish Media, LLC and publisher Michael Prieve have launched the media company's third blog, Job Swill (http://www.jobswill.com). The interactive site lets readers submit their own job stories, and then readers are able to comment, lend support, and empathize with the poster.

Fameish Media, LLC and publisher Michael Prieve have launched the media company's third blog, Job Swill (http://www.jobswill.com).

The website is a place for readers to shares employment stories, may they be good or bad. The interactive site lets readers submit their own job stories, and then readers are able to comment, lend support, and empathize with the poster. Posting stories is done confidentially, and anonymously.

Job Swill (http://www.jobswill.com) is a place where you can share all of your job frustrations and your adulations with the world. Have you had a crappy day, and feel like venting? Did you just get a promotion? Did a customer just bitch you out? Did you manage to avoid getting actual work done all day long? Do you completely loathe your job? Are you your boss’s pet? If you've answered yes to any of these questions, then you have something to share on Job Swill.

Let the blogosphere be there for you. We want to help you through your pain, learn from your mistakes and share in your success.

Mr. Prieve developed the idea for the website from his own experiences in the corporate world. “I worked in the banking industry for years prior to getting involved in publishing, and I know how frustrating the corporate world can be. I also know that you aren’t always rewarded or praised for your accomplishments while performing your job, so why not give people a way to support, praise and commiserate with each other.”

Job Swill (http://www.jobswill.com) is edited by William Foster, and is published by Fameish Media, L.L.C., who also publishes A Socialite's Life (http://www.socialitelife.com) and Pop Culture Junkies (http://www.popculturejunkies.com).

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