Orlando, FL (PRWEB) February 26, 2013
Orlandojobs.com recently released a survey that analyzes employment in Central Florida from the viewpoint of the employer. Although employment is slowly on the rise, there are still hundreds of Floridians without jobs. Why is this? A consistent theme kept coming up during the survey amongst almost all of the employers: too many unqualified applicants.
Hopeful applicants overwhelm companies’ human resource departments with slews of resumes to wade through, most of which are not good fits for the position at all. It is an employer’s job market, so companies can afford to be very particular about new hires. To cope with the onslaught of unqualified candidates, many companies in Orlando turn to the “hidden job market” in which human resource departments post openings solely on their own website. In this way, contenders either must be extremely interested in the company to notice the opening, or hear about the position through a word of mouth referral. Most qualified persons never even get the chance to find out about the opportunity.
However, the situation is a double-edged sword. Job seekers apply for jobs that they are not 100% qualified for hoping they will catch a big break despite their inexperience. When one is unemployed with money running thin, he or she does not have the funds to afford additional classes to gain the skills they might need for particular positions. They feel it is better to throw as many snowballs as they can hoping one will stick than to sit out of the game completely.
Florida companies and job seekers do not have to be trapped in this endless cycle forever. Job seekers can take out a loan to help pay for the skill sets and certifications they need for career opportunities. If someone cannot take out a loan from a bank because they have bad credit or no credit at all, he or she could take out a car title loan instead at Orlando Car Title Loans. Car title loans use one’s pink slip as collateral for the loan so credit checks aren’t necessary. After filling out the online form, applicants receive a free pre-approval quote before discerning whether or not car title loans are the right option for them.