The focal point of our business is to provide one-stop solution for entry level job seekers to find every entry level job in one place.
Pasadena, CA (PRWEB) May 21, 2008
EmploymentCrossing.com today unveiled EntryLevelCrossing.com, an innovative job consolidation website that is seeking to change the way recent college graduates and new college graduates find entry level jobs. By consolidating every entry level job in the market from employer websites, association websites and other job boards, EntryLevelCrossing.com can potentially save new graduates and first time job seekers thousands of hours of job opening research when looking for new jobs.
Job seekers can attest first hand to the mind-boggling evolution that has taken shape in the job search arena since the late 90s. The shift from newspaper classified ads to thousands of online job boards, association websites and employer career pages has made tracking down job openings very difficult. EntryLevelCrossing.com strives to keep pace with the present light-speed movement of this jobs to thousands of sources online by capturing entry level jobs from every source.
Harrison Barnes, CEO of http://www.EntryLevelCrossing.com, reported: "This is not a good job market for most job seekers. We are seeking to provide them a platform to research every single entry level opening in the market at one time. This provides entry level job seekers with a level of security that they are doing what it takes to find the right job."
He added, "We have over 50 servers looking for and classifying entry-level jobs 24 hours a day. To do the work we do in one day looking for entry-level jobs would take the average person probably 50 years if they did not sleep. The frightening part is there are so many jobs out there that we are finding new sites with entry-level jobs on them all the time and the numbers are staggering."
At EntryLevelCrossing.com, users pay a monthly fee of $29.95 to view entry level jobs as they become available and receive new job openings daily. Perhaps a reflection of the current entry level job market, the most popular searches on the website are:
-Entry Level Jobs
-Entry Level IT Jobs
-Entry Level Accounting Jobs
-Entry Level Tech Jobs
-Entry Level Television Reporter Jobs
-Entry Level Autocad Drafters Jobs in New York
-Entry Level HR Jobs
-Marine Biology Entry Level Jobs
-Entry Level Jobs in Atlanta
-Internet Market Research, Analysis and Planning.
-Social Networking/ Mobile Media
Barnes emphasized that EntryLevelCrossing is committed to finding new sources for jobs on a daily basis. "The focal point of our business is to provide one-stop solution for entry level job seekers to find every entry level job in one place."
EntryLevelCrossing.com charges job seekers $29.95 to look at its research. However they are currently offering a free 7 day trial to familiarize entry level job seekers with their service. The free trial is available to everyone on the site's registration page for a limited time.