LaborFeed.com is a new national jobs website, simply designed to match workers and employers for contract or day work job opportunities. This free service includes a unique rating system and real-time job alerts.
Online PR News – 14-October-2012 – Boise/Idaho – LaborFeed.com, a new jobs website – with a twist – announced its national launch this week. As the well-defined career path becomes more elusive, this free online service connects people who need work with immediate job opportunities.
The website addresses new employment trends identified by the U.S. Department of Labor. As companies lean more on temporary workers in a post-recession economy, LaborFeed.com helps businesses and homeowners find workers to fill long or short-term contract and day work positions.
“Today’s job market landscape is different. So we’re different too,” says Rod Adams, LaborFeed.com founder and CEO. “We’re here for the laborer and the professional. Our mission is to help you find workers, find jobs and get stuff done.”
Adams says he created the national jobs website to help contract workers and students, as well as those who are currently unemployed, find contract and day work. At the same time, Adams says he wanted to keep the process simple, hence the no non-sense web interface. Whether you want to find work or you’re offering job opportunities, LaborFeed.com allows users to quickly create a free account and post a worker or job ad.
The main features of LaborFeed.com allow users to:
• post job or worker ads free of charge and get quick results
• receive real-time email notifications about newly added job opportunities or workers
• rely on user ratings to choose the right job or hire the best worker
A truly unique feature of this new national job website is the worker and employer rating system. It will surely make LaborFeed.com the first choice for workers, businesses and homeowners to search and find their perfect match.
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