New Skills Based Employment Website Is a Game Changer

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For the past decade, employers and job hunters have been playing cat and mouse on job boards and employers waste thousands of dollars per hire and job hunters waste countless hours searching for employment. EmployQuest© plans to change that!

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A new employment website,, has just launched and completely changes the game. Candidates enter their information and build a profile, while employers complete a profile of what they are looking for. EmployQuest then uses multiple algorithms to match candidate’s skills, locations, job titles, education, languages and more to employer needs. The end result is a list of interview ready candidates complete with a matching score, distance from job location, salary matching request and more.

Job hunters will no longer have to search job boards and submit resume after resume. EmployQuests’ new matching system allows employers to find the candidates they are looking for and contact them directly. The automated system completely removes the middle man. As an added incentive, EmployQuest pays any candidate hired through a $500 hiring bonus. Job Hunter and Employer registration is free. EmployQuest offers four different levels of service for all business needs and budgets. Employers can expect to save thousands per hire with EmployQuest.

Shane Washburn, CEO of EmployQuest says, “So many good people are getting bypassed on job boards because the average recruiter only spends an around of 4-6 seconds reviewing a given resume which is based almost entirely off of a job title. Job seekers waist too much time on major job boards that give them about a 1 in 10,000 chance of a job. Employers spend countless hours and thousands, sometimes tens of thousands, of dollars searching for the right candidate. That is completely unacceptable! Job hunters and employers deserve better. This is why we created”

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