Los Gatos, CA (PRWEB) August 28, 2013
What is your commute costing you? That’s the question commuters are asking, and Commutercost absolutely has the answer. Sure, the subscriber gets a commute cost calculator based on a driving commute, but he will also get mass transit and mutlimodal inputs. Most importantly, the calculator contains a wage component for the job seeker as well as the job holder. This will establish the commuter’s desired hourly rate or current effective wage based on commuting costs. Is commuting that extra 30 miles to the office worth it?
Additional features include a special Google map interface where trip miles and minutes can be saved. The calculator is flexible enough where the commuter can input the number of days telecommuting or as a passenger in a car pool. Take the train, bus or taxi to work? Commutercost has that covered. Have to cope with parking and toll fees? Commutercost has your back. Nearly every conceivable commute scenario is incorporated in the calculator.
“The Commutercost calculator was developed by geographers, engineers, and financial & business experts for the purpose of creating a website, so that every commuting business professional can have a greater understanding of what their job compensation should be…and is,” said John Dyer, CEO of Commutercost. “I originally created the calculator proto-type for my own personal use, but quickly found immense interest from other individuals and institutions.”
There is nothing to download. A scaled down commute cost calculator is free to try out.
Founded in 2013 by John Dyer, Commmutercost is headquartered in Los Gatos, California. Commutercost provides an advanced commute cost calculation online subscription service.
John Dyer, CEO
For inquires: info(at)commutercost(dot)com