I am confident that people who are in a dilemma about their job loss will find our content beneficial to their process of getting back to work
Minneapolis / St. Paul, MN (PRWEB) September 11, 2009
I Lost My Job.com announced today the launch of their website designed to help people who are going through the life event of job loss. The site combines informative videos with written articles to help people cope with all aspects of losing a job, regardless of the reason.
The free website is designed to fill a void in the job loss online information space. Many websites focus on résumé creation and job listings, I lost my job.com focuses on helping people prepare to live without work for a period of time, deal with personal stress and provide creative ways to save money and pay bills on reduced funds.
"We have spent nearly 18 months assembling some of the best people in the various areas of the job loss process to provide content that people can really use," said James Beal, Founder of I lost my job.com "I am confident that people who are in a dilemma about their job loss will find our content beneficial to their process of getting back to work"
I lost my job.com is a free website for users and supports its efforts through advertising and sponsorships from people who provide products and services to those experiencing job loss. There is an optional free membership section where users can sign up for expanded videos and content sent to them through a weekly newsletter.
I Lost My Job.com (http://www.ilostmyjob.com) is a transition focused website helping people who find themselves looking for work and seeking information, ideas and inspiration to find their next employment situation. Launched in 2009 the growing web property boasts a robust content delivery system that integrates written word with the powerful content in video.