Scottsdale, AZ (PRWEB) April 2, 2009
Phoenix, AZ -- StudentResumeBooks.com launches its new expanded site just in time to help students graduating in spring 2009 find career opportunities in one of the toughest job markets in recent history. This career services site specifically helps find jobs for current full time college students or recent college graduates.
"Our free service helps these students and recent graduates distinguish themselves from the masses," said Scott Johnson, founder and president. "With so many experienced workers back in the market, it's easy for students to feel lost on giant sites such as Monster and CareerBuilder."
StudentResumeBooks.com provides easy to use career services. Students fill out a quick form and upload their resumes in a matter of minutes. They can even specify companies to target for career opportunities and StudentResumeBooks.com will try to help them get interviews.
"As undergraduates students can use our career services to find part-time work, internships or co-ops, and get resume help," Johnson said. "We feel like we are doing more to help students find and pursue career opportunities along a chosen path or even to experiment with different part time jobs and internships. Although our primary goal is finding career jobs, we provide other helpful career services."
Once resumes are posted on StudentResumeBooks.com they are only available for viewing by employers who purchase a resume book. These are spiral bound copies of resumes by field such as business or engineering. "Our books place student resumes right into the hands of prospective employers who can provide career opportunities," said Johnson.
Scott Johnson started student Resume Books soon after graduating from Arizona State University in 2005. The company initially focused on finding career opportunities and providing career services for construction students in a time when construction industry employees were difficult to find. It is now re-launching as a free site for college undergraduates and recent college graduates no matter what their degree or choice of careers.