What many job seekers don’t realize is that employers are placing jobs by occupation, not by job title. -- Mary Marino, founder of EmploymentPipeline.com
Visalia, CA (PRWEB) November 30, 2011
EmploymentPipeline.com today announced its Occupation Pipeline widget, a job search resource that makes it easier for job seekers to find the best opportunities. The widget, which features jobs in a variety on industries, allows job hunters to find more catered opportunities.
“What many job seekers don’t realize is that employers are placing jobs by occupation, not by job title. This is because they want the biggest pool of applicants. So, by only searching for what you think you need to look for, like a certain job title, you’re actually limiting your search,” said Mary Marino, founder of EmploymentPipeline.com. “Our Occupation Pipeline widget fixes this problem because it serves as a tool to find the right fit opportunities, which really helps job seekers in the long-run.”
The Occupation Pipeline widget, which job seekers can use for free, takes things like transferable skills into account when placing jobs into occupational segments. Jobs are listed by category, such as management, health care support, or legal. Job seekers can then narrow their search by sub-category or search by location and skill set to find even more catered results.
Job seekers don’t have to pay to use the Occupation Pipeline widget. They simply have to search by occupational category. Once they find a job listing they are interested in, EmploymentPipeline.com directs the job seeker to the employer, giving them firsthand contact. This takes a huge chunk of stress out of the job search since many of the resources they need are given to the seeker immediately.
“Our goal at EmploymentPipeline.com is to help these job seekers to become their own recruiter. This means learning how jobs are placed by employers, how to narrow down your options, and how find the right fit. Our Occupation Pipeline widget lets our users do this, easily and with minimal headaches,” Marino said.
EmploymentPipeline.com is a job search resource that inspires job seekers to become their own recruiter. Founded by Mary Marino, EmploymentPipeline.com has recently launched its “Occupation Pipeline” widget, a unique tool that enables users to perform broader career searches by sourcing occupations and employers, rather than job titles. To learn more about EmploymentPipeline.com, please follow them on Twitter and Facebook.