Pasadena, CA (PRWEB) December 24, 2013
According to a recent article published on The Wall Street Journal, the legal services sector shed 1,100 jobs in November, the second consecutive month of contraction after a mostly steady period of recovery, according to U.S. Labor Department’s latest monthly report.
Since there are fewer legal jobs open, using a service designed to find jobs and apply to them for clients could be incredibly important, especially when time is also on short supply, as it is for many lawyers searching for a new position.
The CEO of LawCrossing, a leading legal employment site, has launched a new service that does just that, called LawCrossing Concierge. Harrison Barnes has created this new service for his clients in response to the difficult legal job climate. Not only will users have access to the hundreds of new jobs added daily to the site, most of which they could not find themselves, they will also have a team of recruiters searching for and applying to jobs for them.
This team of highly trained recruiters will search the database, which is updated daily, for clients, finding jobs that match the experience and goals of each person. After checking in with the client to make sure it is an opportunity he/she would like, the recruiter will then complete the application for the client.
Because of the lack of time that qualified job seekers face, many are missing out on the limited number of opportunities that are currently available. LawCrossing Concierge eliminates the stress, saves time, and allows the client to continue working and living his/her life, all the while knowing that their job search is being handled by extremely capable recruiters.
“It’s like a full time job to get a job now,” says Dan Shawbel in a Forbes article entitled Five Mistakes College Job Seekers Make, published on April 22, 2013. And this doesn’t only apply to students. Many job seekers are already working full time, and the stress of trying to find a new job can cause them to miss an opportunity that might be a wonderful new job. This is even more important when the amount of jobs is decreasing.
At only $299 a month, Barnes is making it possible for as many people as possible to take advantage of this offering. A service of this nature could well be $1000 a month, but to get the word out, it is being offered for a fraction of the cost.
In order to apply, call Christy Moon at 626-243-9365, or get in touch with her by email: cmoon(at)lawcrossing(dot)com. LawCrossing Concierge could be the solution to the contracted legal job market by helping clients find opportunities that they might otherwise miss.
LawCrossing is an affiliate of Employment Research Institute, a powerful and comprehensive organization dedicated to help professionals, as well as first timers, finds jobs that will enhance their careers. LawCrossing consolidates every legal job opening it can find in one convenient location. LawCrossing has been on the Inc. 500 twice. The website also offers a three-day free trial to new members.