FatCADdJobs.com is meant to be straightforward and comprehensive, so that looking for job openings is clear and convenient. The new layout and search-friendly interface brings us closer to meeting that goal.
Denver, CO (PRWEB) July 19, 2011
Finding employment is almost never easy, but having the right tools can certainly make it more manageable. More and more, aid for job seekers is coming via digital resources, including both general and industry-specific job-searching databases. In the latter camp, FatCADJobs.com is a job database exclusively devoted to Computer Aided Design, or CAD professions. The site has recently unveiled a completely new look, complete with a user-friendly interface that makes searching for CAD jobs easier than ever.
Company owner Jason Kay says he is excited about the renovations to the site because they will ultimately make using it a simpler and more fruitful experience for users. “FatCADdJobs.com is meant to be straightforward and comprehensive, so that looking for job openings is clear and convenient. The new layout and search-friendly interface brings us closer to meeting that goal.”
Kay goes on to explain that for him, allowing users to search for CAD jobs is particularly rewarding because the field itself is particularly promising. “CAD jobs are in high demand these days, as the industry as a whole is in short supply of well qualified people. To make matters worse for the CAD industry, there are many who would like to retire and are simply waiting for their replacement to come along before they do.”
The new FatCADJobs.com offers enhanced search capabilities that makes finding those open positions fairly simple. Users can search by geographic area if they wish, or simply search for all open positions throughout the country. Furthermore, those looking for a specific kind of position within the field can utilize specific search terms to isolate particular kinds of CAD work.
And a new search interface is only part of the recent overhaul to FatCadJobs.com. The site has also been supplemented with a review section, where CAD engineers and developers can compare notes on the industry’s most popular software programs. Kay says that the addition of the CAD software reviews section is meant to keep job hunters sharp and up-to-speed on the latest tools of the trade, even if they are currently between jobs.
Ultimately, Kay hopes that these improvements make FatCADJobs.com a vital resource for those working within the industry, but also for those seeking an entry point into it. “The great thing about our job database is that it includes jobs that are entry level and also jobs for those who have more experience. Ultimately it has resources for everyone, and our new look makes it that much easier for these resources to be found and utilized.”
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