The community forums section of the site lets people in job transition know they are not alone in their journey
Minneapolis MN (PRWEB) March 25, 2010
ILostMyJob.com, the Job Transition Website, launched its Community Forums. The interactive forums extend the community support approach of ILostMyJob.com.
The Community Forums empower users to ask questions and to comment on suggestions and questions that other users have about job transition. This community approach to helping people extends the knowledge and support available to users of ILostMyJob.com. This coupled with the ability to link directly to ILostMyJob.com articles and videos provide a comprehensive resource for those in job transition.
The power of community is extended by the one-click sharing of specific questions and topics on the forum to popular social sites such as Facebook, LinkedIn and twitter. The user can expand their options and keep their network up-to-date on opportunities while in job transition.
"We are excited to extend the power of community help to our site through the forums" Said Robert Shindell, ILostMyJob.com's Career Doctor, "The community forums section of the site lets people in job transition know they are not alone in their journey"
The Community Forums can be read from the main page by anyone visiting the site. To participate in the discussions users can register for free and leave comments and ask questions of the community.
I Lost My Job.com is a transition focused website that helps people who have lost their jobs and are 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 powerful video content.