Career Advisor Trudy Byrnes wanted to create a one stop, quality career shop from the ground up for savvy job seekers looking to jump the job line queue
(PRWEB) July 04, 2012
Easy navigation with a fresh clean look:
The launch of the new http://www.jobjigsaw.com website aims to deliver a user friendly, feature rich resource for any serious job seeker or job keeper. With easy navigation, tips and tricks and related products and services, Job Jigsaw may just set a trend in the ‘clean look’ according to Trudy Byrnes, Career Advisor and co-creator of the site. Trudy states that "having worked in the career planning and job search industry for more than 20 years it can be a frustrating experience when forced to trawl through time wasting clutter and useless information in an effort to help clients". When speaking of the inspiration to create a one stop, career shop and quality information website Trudy also explains it is no coincidence that the motto of the site is 'putting the pieces together'.
The key to job search success:
The US unemployment rate is still hovering around a staggering 8.2% so job seekers and job keepers alike don’t have the luxury of sitting back on their laurels any more. The seismic jolt of the global financial crisis tempered any of those foolhardy ideas. It’s time to get serious, get informed and get well equipped with the best resources on the market if job seekers want to get that elusive dream job.
Predict, prepare and perform:
Savvy job seekers are not just looking for the endless ‘how to’ lists of career planning rhetoric. Instead these quick movers look for more practical ways of accessing the best resume program, the best career planning coach and the best organizer software to keep on track. The creators of the Job Jigsaw site have got this covered. From the homepage there is direct access to 'Career Shop', which is a quick click through to trusted affiliate partner products and services such as a range of resume writing experts, career counseling agencies, resume creation software, virtual interview preparation software and links to quick delivery office supplies. The Job Jigsaw site even has a link to its own Amazon shop for selected careers and employment related books.
Can't find a job? One option is to create one:
For those looking to embark on self employment rather than work for somebody else then the Job Jigsaw site has that covered also. The section called 'Start A Business' provides links to additional partner products and services.
Job Jigsaw offers free membership to a regular newsletter and then there’s the paid membership option for premium products and additional content.
A call for quick tips from employers:
Job Jigsaw is also putting out the call to employers to contribute to the final piece of the puzzle. Determined to give members the best value possible, Trudy Byrnes has thrown down the gauntlet to employers to send in the best quick tips in 50 words or less on ‘how to achieve job search success from an employer's point of view’. Employer quick tips will be featured and appropriately referenced on the website for members. Employers can send quick tips to: info(at)jobjigsaw.com
For more information on how job seekers and job keepers can make a serious jump start on the competition more information can be accessed through the Job Jigsaw website at: http://www.jobjigsaw.com