New Twist in Job Boards for Young Job Seekers by Promising 'Qualified' Employers

Share Article is job board resource that matches young job seekers with qualified job employers. announced today that they will be rolling out a new technology that is specifically designed to help young adults between the ages of 17 and 34 find local jobs with one single click.

Better yet, with this one click, the prospects will have access to almost all jobs found on the web in their city featuring 'qualified' employers. In other words, paying employers must make the grade!

In a time of 20% or higher unemployment with young adults, there appears to be no better time for a website that truly assists young adult workers seeking their first job.

Furthermore, offers young career seekers resources where they can compare job force jobs and military career opportunities. is unique in that they focus on their selected ‘Featured Employers’ that offer the greatest potential for its job seeking prospects. In other words, they’re interested in quality employers who offer the best opportunities for visitors.

According to Larry Fowler, spokesperson, “many of today’s job boards focus their efforts on massive job listings that mostly go unfilled… and those that do get filled are left on the job board frustrating job seekers when discovering the job had already been filled.    We only want the ‘few’ who are persistently hiring and offering the best opportunities. This will keep our visitors coming back and telling their friends.”

Fowler goes on to say that is also unique in that they “do not sell their prospect data to other companies who were not requested by the job seeker. For example, a job seeker will ask for a job and then within ten minutes receive a call from a car salesman or a stranger offering discounted debit cards. All to say, takes its privacy policy seriously.”

In summary, ( is an online hub that matches young job seekers with qualified job employers.

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