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Triple Dip Recession Scare Sparks New Job Site

Government officials struggling to fix our economy plagued by a black cloud of triple dip recession sparks a new job review and application site.

12/06/2011 // Horn Lake, MS, USA // onlinejobsection // Shane Woods

The launch of a new job search website, onlinejobsection.com gives job hunters access to job reviews, online job applications, helpful tips and more. With government officials struggling to repair a broken economy plagued by a black cloud of triple dip recession, the number of people facing unemployment in this country continues to rise.

Recognizing the need for a website that offers one-stop services for job hunters, Shane Woods, the developer of onlinejobsection.com, designed it to make the process of searching for a job easier and more efficient. “We anticipated that a triple dip recession scare was going to bring more people out looking for jobs who would need a site to help them streamline the process,” said Woods.

Onlinejobsection.com provides the tools serious job hunters need to make their search fast and productive. The website features available to anyone in the hunt for a job are:

• a searchable online job section

• job reviews

job applications

• job descriptions

• a blog with helpful hints

One section of the home page lets the user browse recently posted job reviews. If a review for a particular company is not listed, a conveniently located search box feature allows the job seeker to find a review by typing in the name of the company. The job reviews contain information about the company and the available job. Included in each review is a history of the company, its location, working environment and benefits offered to employees. The reviews also offer the job seeker a description of the available position and information about the job application process. The website even offers an online job application for each job or a link to the website of the company offering the position.

One feature of onlinejobsection.com that makes this job site a valuable resource for people looking for new jobs or careers is the Online Job Section blog. A recent posting offered advice for job applicants on when and how to follow up on an application. People who have not been in the job market looking for work will find this to be a great resource for the etiquette and protocol of what to do when you don’t hear anything from the employer. It even offers a section explaining when not to follow up.

Onlinejobsection.com is a nuts and bolts job site that is easy to navigate to access all the tools a job seeker needs. Avoiding the complexity of other websites for people looking for jobs, Onlinejobsection.com has put all the features a person wants or need on the home page for easy access.

By providing information everyone looking for a job or career wants and needs, the launch of Onlinejobsection.com came at the right time. The features and information provided at this job site are invaluable for any job seeker. The economy may be reeling now with triple dip recession, but when recovery comes, job hunters will still be using this site to get job information and online job applications.

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