New Services from eCareerCenter Simplify Online Job Searching

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eCareerCenter makes conducting an online job search a lot less work by using proven technologies designed to give job seekers more control of their job search. No one has time to search job listings every day to locate openings. There are ways to open up the "hidden job market."

Whenever I went to career fairs and spent time talking to job search candidates, I noticed people had NO IDEA how to effectively conduct a job search. The English major wanted pharmaceutical sales because she thought it was a cushy job making great money but really loved to write. The Science major didn't want to get stuck in the lab all his life so wanted to get an

eCareerCenter (http://www.eCareerCenter.com), a leader in providing online job search assistance, announced several major additions to its growing service offerings to clients. Individuals from companies both small and large are going online for their job search. With the incredible number of ways to search online, many people get frustrated too early and make poor career decisions. eCareerCenter helps clients to manage their search more effectively than going it alone. "We don't just leave clients to figure out if they are heading in the right direction. We guide their efforts. It is part of every package we offer," says Jeff Fleming, the Director of Client Services.

When embarking on the journey of finding a new job, some people describe feeling like they are in the middle of the ocean on a small dinghy with little to no signs of civilization. Searching for a job can be a struggle for everyone no matter where on the corporate ladder they stand. How do people know if they are making the right career decision? An online job search services company like eCareerCenter can help.

New job search services from eCareerCenter make finding a job a lot less work for the person searching. Their Career Management Services include professional resume writing, Auto-Apply System, local company targeting, career transitioning services, outplacement services and more. Expert writers design a resume and cover letter using industry specific keywords, database techniques and easy to read styles; helping those who have been displaced during a company downsizing or lay off, those not happy with their current career or those getting back into the career world after being out of the loop for a while.

eCareerCenter is constantly looking for effective online job search service tools and techniques to make job searching less challenging. Offering affordable packages, they help the average working person market their skills and target the companies they would like to work for. While partnering with technologies provided by eDirect Publishing, TheLadders and ExecuNet, eCareerCenter provides all job seekers a place to go online for unbiased assistance on what really works.

Jeff Fleming, founder of eCareerCenter.com, began as a Fortune 500 recruiter. After events took his Merck & Co., Inc. job down to temporary recruiting, Jeff realized something important that would change his life. "Whenever I went to career fairs and spent time talking to job search candidates, I noticed people had NO IDEA how to effectively conduct a job search. The English major wanted pharmaceutical sales because she thought it was a cushy job making great money but really loved to write. The Science major didn't want to get stuck in the lab all his life so wanted to get an "exciting job" in pharmaceutical sales but really loved research." Jeff found himself encouraging these individuals to go in the direction they loved not some "pie in the sky", cushy job. He cared a lot about the individuals and spent most of his time at these job fairs and recruiting conferences trying to encourage them instead of hiring them. Because of this experience, Jeff began eCareerCenter and has devoted his life to helping the everyday person go from where they are to where they would like to be. With innovative online job search services, eCareerCenter makes achieving the perfect job possible.

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