Job Placement Service, Works to Help Combat Unemployment Rates

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Following reports stating current unemployment data may be misleading due to data omission, focuses on matching hard-working Americans with hiring managers.

On August 22, 2012, released a statement in response to a recent report that current unemployment rates may be misleading. Such misleading data enforces the company’s mission to unite hiring managers with hard-working out of work Americans.

According to Daniel Brackins, “Recent reports show that unemployment is increasing in almost all states. However, the official numbers reported by the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) are very misleading. The 8.3 percent figure (called U-3) for last month does not include those who have become discouraged or are no longer seeking work.”

Brackins continues, stating, “John Williams from estimates that the real unemployment rate is around 22 percent. This is because his methodology incorporates long-term discouraged workers who were defined out of official existence in 1994. It also includes the official BLS U-6 unemployment rate, which includes short-term discouraged workers.”

In the face of these unemployment rates, works to match hard-working Americans with hiring managers, approaching the hiring process competitively, offering managers access to a pool of eligible candidates on their extensive database, highlighting potential employees by skill set. enables hiring managers to view total candidate availability and find the person best suited for available positions. is a web-based application that features an extensive database of hourly wage workers that are ready, willing and able to work. is dedicated to revolutionizing the hiring process to refocus on people, not job positions or solitary positions. This new focus leads to total vision and greater candidate intimacy in the hiring processes, providing hiring managers greater insight as to their new human resource and decreasing employee turnover. empowers job candidates and hiring companies, alike with greater choice and opportunities for success.

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