Many jobsites are confusing to use and make searching for a job online almost a full time career in itself. As users navigate through a myriad of options, narrowing the search can often seem like a fruitless affair that leaves jobseekers feeling as if their mission is in vain.
However, now an Independent company has worked hard to assess the feedback of all jobseekers, bringing to market a streamlined jobs board that enables specific job searches that cut down on time and remove all frustration.
Not only can those looking for the next step up the career ladder find industry specific employment but school leavers, university graduates and the unemployed can now discover the jobs relating to their area of expertise in a second.
Covering a whole range of industry specific careers which include oil and gas, executive jobs, defence jobs and IT jobs, already Myriad resources are seeing a huge growth that allows them to compete against the leading job board providers in the sector.
As they continue to improve and expand, Myriad resources will be adding more unique sector specific jobs to their user friendly portal making it a must have for anyone searching for employment. With a broader search to cover the whole of the UK, Myriad resources work hard to source the best positions available for local job seekers and those willing to relocate.
Soon this independent company will be providing UK Jobs for all sectors across the UK, developing their current success by ensuring a sleek site that focuses on usability. Listening to jobseekers comments and frustrations enables them to provide a service that is unlike any other, already popular with jobseekers across the country.
Darryn Lewis the founder of Myriad resources is confident about the future, he says, “I am surprised by our success, as although I knew we were bringing a unique product to the market, I didn’t imagine it would take off this quickly. It shows that jobseekers would rather spend time working than actually looking for the jobs and we help with both of those, quickly, simply and without fuss.”