There is a Paypal donate button to help advertise this site to the job seekers, but no payment is required. Some coffee would be nice.
Norco, CA (PRWEB) May 2, 2008
What would Donald Trump, Oprah, Angelina Jolie or Tiger Woods do if they got a stimulus check? Buy a Jobs Website? One U.S. Citizen has spent his Stimulus Check on trying to help businesses save billions of dollars in recruitment advertising. He purchased a jobs Website called http://www.JobStimulus.com and he's not charging a penny.
"Paying it forward to help our economy, in anyway, makes me feel wonderful. I just hope businesses take advantage of this and buy their employees some good coffee with the money they save," the citizen said.
JobStimulus.com has all the bells and whistles of a professional Jobs Website. Employers can post recruitment ads along with a logo for branding purposes and search the resume data base. As for the Job Seekers, they can search through the employment ads easily, create a resume on the site, post it into the data base or just print it out for other job opportunities. This is all free.
The average cost on the big three job websites, for a single job posting is around $400. "All these local businesses are helping communities and the people in the area in many ways. They shouldn't have to pay to hire someone within a community," the citizen, who wishes to remain anonymous, said. "There is a Paypal donate button to help advertise this site to the job seekers, but no payment is required. Some coffee would be nice."