Jobety Announces New Job Search Engine for Web Designers and Developers

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Jobety, an on-line job hunting service, is launching a brand new website on April 1, 2011. The site, jobety.com, caters exclusively to the needs of web design professionals.

In today’s job climate, folks need a helping hand. The web design and development industry is becoming increasingly competitive, requiring a more streamlined and efficient approach to job hunting. And that’s exactly what we’ve done at Jobety.

Jobety, an on-line job hunting service, is launching a brand new website on April 1, 2011. The site, http://www.jobety.com, caters exclusively to the needs of web design professionals.

Jobety CEO Nathan Smith says: “In today’s job climate, folks need a helping hand. The web design and development industry is becoming increasingly competitive, requiring a more streamlined and efficient approach to job hunting. And that’s exactly what we’ve done at Jobety. We saw what other websites were missing, and we decided to do better.”

Most job search engines attempt to serve many different industries, reducing the quality of results and frustrating the end-user. Jobety works in conjunction with numerous job posting resources, consolidating as many web design and development opportunities as possible into an intuitive database. Web design professionals seeking employment will be able to cast their net wider and more easily.

Despite the rising demand for websites, the market is becoming increasingly saturated with web designers. Even in such a competitive market, there are tools for a savvy professional to stay one-step ahead of the competition. Knowing which on-line resources bear the most fruit is crucial to nurturing a career in the web design and development industry.

CEO Nathan Smith comments: “The web is only getting bigger and more sophisticated. Likewise, the designers and developers behind it will need to stay competitive, which means using the best possible job-securing resources. Fortunately, providing the best possible resource is our core principle. Our success is dependent upon our users’ success, and this drives everything we do.”

Web designers seeking employment can visit http://www.jobety.com today to sign-up for a reminder of the official opening on April 1, 2011. Updates can also be found on Twitter and Facebook by searching for Jobety.

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