Dallas, TX (PRWEB) January 23, 2014
Inkler, today, has taken a huge step in bringing job opportunities to unemployed and underemployed workers throughout the U.S., Canada and the United Kingdom by offering job listings for just $25 for up to 30 days.
“We are extremely excited to announce this unique offering to the market,” said John Ahrens, Inkler Founder and CEO. “The idea for this service is to make posting jobs affordable for all businesses and recruiters—regardless of size.”
In an industry where the average price for a 30-day job listing is $250, Inkler’s offering could save companies up to 90% of their current costs. Not only will the job postings be listed on Inkler, but Indeed.com will also be capturing and posting all of the jobs from the Inkler site as well.
According to Ahrens, “there are many small and even mid size companies that do not have the budget to list jobs on a major job board. With this new offering, they get an affordable price, and distribution to the top job board site in the industry with Indeed.”
The primary goal for this offering is to deliver more job opportunities to the unemployed and underemployed communities. For this reason, all job posters must agree that they will not discriminate against these job seekers and their applications. Ahrens further pointed out:
“We will do everything possible to support our community of talented and skilled workers who just happened to get caught up in one of the worst economies in history. Our site contains former CEO’s Ph.D. researchers, MBA’s and a lot of other qualified candidates. And, employers have noticed. Since launching in August of 2013, nearly 10% of our members have landed new jobs.”
Inkler was founded by John Ahrens when he recognized that there were no niche networking sites for unemployed and underemployed job seekers. Combining his lifelong passion for hard work and helping others, Ahrens launched Inkler in August 2013, and since then the network has received overwhelming positive feedback from both unemployed job seekers, employers and recruiters. For more information visit http://www.inkler.org