Job.com has brought the streamlined look and feel of its newly designed job search over to mobile! The team is thrilled to deliver a brand new mobile platform that makes it even easier for job seekers to gain access to jobs from top employers closest to them.
Check out our new job search on your mobile device at m.job.com.
Highlights of Job.com’s mobile experience include:
- Sleek new homepage complete with a list of the top 5 companies hiring near your location
- Simplified What/Where fields for easy job searching while on-the-go
- Speedy access to local jobs
With Job.com’s mobile experience, employers can now take advantage of the benefits of being showcased to a targeted, localized audience that continues to grow. The launch of Job.com’s mobile platform is the first phase of Job.com’s product strategy to bring innovation to mobile job searching. Read our full press release about the product and be sure to subscribe to our blog so that you can stay informed on all the developments to our product line.
Check out our new search for yourself at m.job.com now!
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The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics released its Employment Situation Summary today revealing that nonfarm payroll increased by 88,000 last month bringing the unemployment rate down by 0.1 percent to 7.6 percent. While this isn’t the news our nation’s unemployed yearns to hear, the BLS reported positive growth in several industries including business services, health care, leisure and hospitality, and construction.
Throughout Q1, we provided a variety of hospitality articles in our Career advice & News Center covering a range of topics for those looking to find employment within the world of hospitality. Now that spring has sprung, we’ll begin focusing on the construction trade where the BLS reported and upward trend in March of over 18,000 new jobs. In fact, a total of 169,000 jobs have been added in this industry since the fall of 2012.
Whether you’re interested in specialty trade work, residential construction, or commercial projects, now is the time to get aggressive with your job search. As the weather warms up across the country, companies will be adding to their sales force to staff up before they begin building. Visit our Career Advice & News Center for more information pertaining to your construction job search and start applying to jobs in construction today!
Welcome to Job.com. We’ve been connecting people with jobs dating back to 2001. But with a name like Job.com, we’d be remiss not to provide our good visitors with an experience that fully encompasses the job searching world. Yes, you can search an exceedingly large amount of jobs (1 million to be exact), on our site. Yes, as an employer or recruiter, you can advertise your jobs and access almost 11 million resumes in our nationwide database. And yes, you can find all the standard bells and whistles that are typical of the modern-day job board. What makes Job.com unique are the people and partners who work behind the scenes to make our content and services different from what you will find anywhere else.
Take for example, our resume builder wizard. It’s a free tool that helps our job seekers create a professional looking resume from scratch. You can try it out for yourself by creating a free Job.com account or logging in to your career dashboard.
In addition to all the cool tools Job.com has to help you with your job search, we’re also taking the time to seek out the concerns our job seekers face when trying to find the right job. From Facebook to YouTube, we’re actively engaging with our fans to discover new content ideas to help guide them down the often rough road of job hunting.
We also have a Career Advice & News Center where you can find information on everything from basic job searching and career advice, to local job and employment news. We even cover fun and interesting topics surrounding the themes of “Work Home Life Balance” and “Celebrity.”
The fact of the matter is that all of us working here at Job.com have been in the job search game at one time or another and realize that it takes a whole lot more than simply submitting a couple of applications to find employment. More often than not it takes hours of networking, and researching, and resume prepping to gain that coveted interview in the hopes to land the job you’ve worked so long and hard for. And that is why we are here. To provide you with not only the most relevant jobs to your search, but also interesting and informative posts, articles and essays to help you along the way. We thank you for visiting us at Job.com and hope that you continually use our service to find what you’re looking for.
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