Therefore job seekers have to rely on polished cover letters, resumes, and interviewing skills if they are going to stand out to potential employers.
Denver, CO (PRWEB) August 3, 2010
JobGoRound.com, the all-in-one resource for job seekers, has announced a website makeover. In addition to a new, easier to navigate format, the job search website offers several new tools that will make finding a new job easier than ever.
JobGoRound.com already offered a variety of valuable resources, such as a comprehensive job search engine and tips for writing cover letters and resumes. The new site adds to the job seeker's arsenal with a brand-new website design, new articles and blog posts to help job seekers prepare, additional reviews of resume services, and a program that tracks job listings, searchable by industry and city, on Craigslist.
"Finding employment in today's job market is tough," said Jason Kay, owner and founder of JobGoRound.com. "Our website tries to help job seekers by ensuring that they are fully prepared to make a good impression on potential employers."
The new website provides numerous articles with free advice on every aspect of the job search. From writing special resumes, such as government resumes or nonprofit resumes, to learning successful interviewing skills, the selection of articles offers job seekers help for every step of the way. The website's blog offers an additional source of information and timely tips for fine-tuning your job search, and the new layout makes all of this information easier to locate than before.
Another valuable service offered by JobGoRound.com is a forum for comparing resume writing, editing, and distribution services, as well as resume software. With the new website design, job seekers can browse more reviews than before, plus find what they are looking for easier and faster. For job seekers who are not naturally do-it-yourselfers, this information can be invaluable when choosing a resume service.
The point of the all-in-one website is to help job seekers prepare for every step of the way, from the job search itself, to the interview. In light of the current job market, these skills could make all the difference. "There are a lot of people looking for jobs right now, many of them with just as much experience and education as you have," Kay said. "Therefore job seekers have to rely on polished cover letters, resumes, and interviewing skills if they are going to stand out to potential employers."
But perhaps the most useful new addition to the website is the Craigslist job tracker, which allows job seekers to track job postings in their industry and/or city with a few clicks of their mouse. The tool shows the number of job postings each week in an easy-to-read graph format, enabling job seekers to see job trends in their city and/or industry at a glance.
"The Craigslist job trends tool enables job seekers to determine things like whether their industry is growing or shrinking in their city, and where they would be best off looking for a job," Kay said. "Job seekers can use this tool to increase their chances of finding the job they want."
To browse resume service reviews, read advice on every aspect of the job search, or use the Craigslist job tracker tool, please visit http://www.JobGoRound.com.
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