This service essentially caters to the select few who are passionate about taking their careers to new heights. - A. Harrison Barnes, CEO, EmploymentCrossing
Pasadena, CA (PRWEB) December 05, 2013
Despite this favorable news of total nonfarm payroll employment rising to 204,000 in October,11.3 million people are yet unemployed, according to the latest Employment Situation summary released by the Bureau of Labor Statistics. The unemployment rate has inched up since September and continues to hold strong at 7.3 percent. Hence jobseekers are facing increasing difficulty in finding the right jobs that match their skill sets. It is here that EmploymentCrossing Concierge makes a difference. Recently launched by A. Harrison Barnes, Chief Executive Officer of EmploymentCrossing, the service makes it easy for jobseekers to look for relevant employment opportunities in record time, saving them 100+ hours per month spent on applying for jobs.
The slow paced job market recovery has hollowed out the workforce. In fact even Ben Bernanke, Federal Reserve Chairman, said that there is an "awful lot of slack" in the U.S. labor market and strong actions needed to be taken for job creation in the country. But EmploymentCrossing is certain that there are some promising jobs out there, which go unnoticed or unfilled despite the presence of a suitable talent. "Keeping this in mind, the EmploymentCrossing Concierge service was born with the intent to ensure that people who take their jobs seriously are well placed," says Barnes. "This service essentially caters to the select few who are passionate about taking their careers to new heights and is not applicable for jobseekers who are interested in meandering," he adds.
As a part of this program, a team of experts goes through several resumes submitted to them by non-legal jobseekers and directs the most striking ones to Harrison for his perusal. If the resumes are approved, these select jobseekers are given an opportunity to sign up for the EmploymentCrossing Concierge service for $299 per month. The same service was being offered by Employment Crossing’s sister website, LawCrossing, at $1,000 per month for the legal jobseeker audience. However, EmploymentCrossing is offering this service at an introductory price of $299 for a short span to expand its reach across jobseekers.
Jobseekers unable to spend even 10 hours a week on their job search should specially consider this option. The service is extremely beneficial for individuals interested in finding jobs closer to their homes, jobs with better work-life balance, increasing their income, and looking for upward mobility.
To get more information about this service and to not miss out on these job opportunities, individuals can contact Christy Moon at 626-243-9365, or email her at: cmoon(at)employmentcrossing(dot)com. Jobseekers can also visit http://www.employmentcrossing.com/browse-jobs/jobs.html to conduct a categorical search on employment opportunities available in the job market.
EmploymentCrossing is a part of the Employment Research Institute, which is one of the most powerful and comprehensive organizations dedicated to helping professionals find jobs that will enhance their careers. Employment Research Institute consists of 120+ of industry-specific and 120+ location-specific job boards that consolidates every job opening it can find at one convenient location. The website also offers a 72-hour free trial to new members.