A common weakness of most job search strategies is people can only recall up to five job site destinations
New York City, NY (PRWEB) April 16, 2009
Newjobfetch.com may be the ticket for the weary job seeker looking to get back into the market or for the still-employed silent sufferer looking to change jobs/careers. At least it will be if Jim Butler, Founder and CEO of newjobfetch.com, has anything to do about it.
The company, launched in November 2008, was the result of a simple favor. Mr. Butler explains, "I had a couple of friends who were affected by the ailing economy, and I wanted to help them." A veteran Interactive Program Manager for brands including, Botox, My M&M's and All Laundry Detergent, Jim knew he could wring inefficiencies out of the current job search process. "During the process of helping my friends, I realized this was a viable business model: offer one-on-one tailored services at an affordable price based on the level of services required."
Newjobfetch.com registers job seekers with, and uploads their resumes to as many as 100 Top job/career websites. The service uses a user's specific career goals and experience to target and produce viable results for the job seeker. This approach allows users to increase their visibility and get an edge against other job seekers in highly competitive industries. Job seekers increase visibility by up to 80 percent using Newjobfetch.com
"A common weakness of most job search strategies is people can only recall up to five job site destinations," said Mr. Butler. Newjobfetch.com offers job seekers three packages to choose from: register with the top 25, 50 or 100 job and career websites. "Our goal, using our team of personal job search assistants, is to cater to the frustrated job seeker, who is tired of the tedious and time-consuming process of registering blindly on just the well-known job websites like Monster, Career Builder or Yahoo HotJobs. The majority of other job seekers are on those sites too. We give them increased visibility by including niche sites they might not have heard of. Instead of being a small fish in a big (job website) pond, we work to make our users sharks in shot glasses." "And our personalized service options are affordable, most costing less than a dollar per job website," said Butler. "Our service not only provides them convenience, but it also allows them to focus on more important things like interview preparation."
The company plans to expand its current services by offering a variety of other affordable service packages.
For more information: visit http://www.newjobfetch.com.