On-line help for jobseekers

Currently, the site includes news, advice and tools for jobsearching and promotes reader participation. Share plans to expand the site to include new features such as discussion boards.

By LAURA RHEINHEIMER
March 27, 2007 07:27

 
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A new English-language Web site has been launched to help local jobseekers find employment. Although the site (http://jobmob.co.il) most likely won't feature job listings, site creator Jacob Share said he hopes to engage all involved in the jobhunting process in the blog by creating a forum for advice, links and news articles. Currently, the site includes news, advice and tools for jobsearching and promotes reader participation. Share plans to expand the site to include new features such as discussion boards. "This is the first blog to address not only jobseekers, but jobfinders - people who want to help others find work. This site is to get the conversation going," Share said. "What matters is that people find work."

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