Lion Pitch Makes a Roar as a New Job Search Resource

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The future of finding a job has arrived and is in the form of video networking.

Lion Pitch Multimedia, LLC is pleased to announce they have created a job search platform on their website lionpitch.com that will revolutionize the way people find jobs. The new format allows job hunters to reach out to employers through virtual resumes where potential employees can “pitch” themselves to companies through a video setting. Job seekers can showcase their credentials and personalities to thousands of employers around the world that are eager to bring in new talent. The website also accommodates traditional resumes for users choosing the more standard route or those who wish to supplement their video resume.

The timing could not be any more opportune. With college graduates now entering the job market, Lion Pitch is the solution that many job hunters and hiring employers are turning to. Perspective job seekers are reaping the benefits from lionpitch.com by being able to hone their presentation skills in this innovative setting that shows who they are rather than what is written down on a piece of paper. This allows employers the chance to see who they will possibly be hiring even before scheduling an interview.

With a population that has grown increasingly dependent on social media, experts believe that both employers and job hunters will continue to embrace lionpitch.com as a valuable networking tool. The market has always shown there will be a need for career services, but the challenge in today’s world is how to integrate 21st century solutions to age old economical problems regarding job recruitment.

Introducing video capabilities in the job search process can certainly be a catalyst for job growth. Having a resource where companies can see who they want to hire rather than just reading about them can be an encouraging factor in the hiring process. Virtual resumes seem to make sense in a society that has video capabilities on many of its common handheld devices including cell phones and mp3 players. What was once an expensive commodity in the 20th century is now a frugally available resource in today’s market, and can be one of the final steps in helping people secure jobs.

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