We measure success by the comments and testimonials that we receive. We’ve developed a personal relationship with many of our members, and that’s because we truly just want to provide the most help that we can.
(PRWEB) May 16, 2012
The latest in a government report suggests that the nation’s employers are creating jobs at less than half the rate at the beginning of 2012, and the job search has definitely had its ups and downs in recent months. There was an addition of 115,000 jobs in April, and many of those jobs were made available through sites like YourEmployment.com, a sanctuary for job hunters who need to find something now. The site experienced incredible growth in the past few months, soaring to 500,000 members in the U.S. While the numbers correspond to the way that the market has fluctuated, YourEmployment.com definitely has a reason to be encouraged by the members who turn to their job search, updated blog and resume help to find employment.
“It’s really exciting to know that people like what you’re doing, especially when that person tells you that he found the right job through our search,” said creator Paul Drago, who developed YourEmployment.com as a way for people to do more than find a job.
“The site actually draws a lot of traffic because people want to search for jobs, but they also get advice, career information and resume tips, so it makes the entire process much more personalized,” Drago added.
With 500,000 members, YourEmployment.com has gone beyond the expectations of its developers, who simply wanted to bring in a job search platform with all of the different services that go along with it. Anyone can look for a job and even send in a resume, but the people who are getting jobs actually have learned how to write a resume to contemporary standards, using the right formats, keywords and topics that actually get noticed by employers.
YourEmployment.com boasts providing a connection to 20,000 different sites with over 500,000 job opportunities, but on this, the site truly delivers to its registered members. Don’t believe it? Just visit and use the two-step job search on the front page. Just typing in “computer science” in Florida brought back over 1,500 jobs. Advanced search is also available to narrow the results down. However, this is typical of most job search sites. The difference is that YourEmployment.com provides a map, career test, resume help, salary calculator and education suggestions. This way, visitors see exactly what they need to get the job and how they compare with other applicants.
By providing all of these tips and tricks for job hunters, YourEmployment.com wants to get as close to guaranteeing a job to its registered members as possible. The daily updated blog also provides current news and tips for members to check out and see if there’s something else that they can do to increase their chances of getting a job.
“We measure success by the comments and testimonials that we receive. We’ve developed a personal relationship with many of our members, and that’s because we truly just want to provide the most help that we can,” Drago added. “I know it makes a difference.”