CreatingJobSecurity.com Connects Job Seekers with Industry-Specific Job Portals

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High unemployment is driving hiring managers look to industry-specific portals to target the most experienced job candidates available. Job seekers are able to save valuable time by turning to key resources like CreatingJobSecurity.com for top industry-specific resources for the most reliable leads in more than 35 industries, from healthcare and communications to manufacturing, food preparation, telecommuting and executive management. Mondial Books, today announced the launch of CreatingJobSecurity.com, a one-stop site for readers to connect to the popular job resources book -- Creating Job Security Resource Guide.

We priced the resource guide under ten dollars with tax to make it affordable to people who are unemployed and may not have disposable income, as well as for those readers who may want to dabble in finding extra income using the skills they currently have

Golden Sky, an imprint of Mondial Books, today announced the launch of CreatingJobSecurity.com, a one-stop site for readers to connect to the popular job resources book -- Creating Job Security Resource Guide.

Regularly featured in top newspapers and jobs marketplace Web sites, the compact and easy-to-use Creating Job Security Resource Guide is a no-frills, easy-to-use booklet that provides readers critical access to industry-specific job portals.

"The high unemployment rate has created an unprecedented employer's market where hiring managers can afford to pursue the most qualified job candidates, and to do that they are utilizing industry-specific job portals that target niche employment markets," says Debra Yergen author of the Creating Job Security book series.

"Instead of posting positions exclusively on general employment sites, hiring managers are increasingly turning to industry specific sites like FoodJobZone.com, CareersInConstruction.com, and HealthcareSource.com to find job candidates who are uniquely qualified to meet their targeted needs," Yergen says.

For those looking to telecommute, Yergen recommends sites that match job seekers with hiring managers using key words. "FlexJobs.com, CareerBuilder.com, and Monster.com are great resources for workers who may live in rural areas or who are specifically looking to telecommute," she says.

CreatingJobSecurity.com provides easy access to Yergen's Creating Job Security blog, her Twitter page @Job_Security where she continually updates readers with new research, Facebook and LinkedIn. The site also includes links to radio interviews and articles, along with a variety of retailers where job seekers can find or order the inexpensive guide.

"We priced the resource guide under ten dollars with tax to make it affordable to people who are unemployed and may not have disposable income, as well as for those readers who may want to dabble in finding extra income using the skills they currently have," Yergen says.

The Creating Job Security Resource Guide complements the Creating Job Security, All-In-One Workbook, which includes The Green Light Scoring Model, published by The Graduate Group. The popular resource guide is widely available at Barnes & Noble, Borders, Amazon and MondialBooks.com. The workbook is available at GraduateGroup.com.

About the Author

In addition to the "Creating Job Security" series, Debra Yergen is the author of "Real Life 101" and a lecturer with Kaplan University. She has been published in more than 25 magazines worldwide and interviewed by USA Today, The New York Times, Reader's Digest, CareerBuilder.com, Yahoo! Hot Jobs, ABCnews.com, Payscale.com, and others about creating job security. She received her BA in Communications from Edward R. Murrow School of Communications at Washington State University.

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