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TheCareerProject.org Celebrates 3 Years of Helping Students and Job Seekers Find Their Calling
TheCareerProject.org is an interactive career profile database that allows job seekers to learn the intimate details of thousands of jobs directly from the people who work them. In today's job market, The Career Project has become
New York, NY (PRWEB) May 5, 2010 -- TheCareerProject.org celebrates three years of helping over 1 one million job seekers and students since its launch in 2007 with thousands of career mentors in hundreds of career fields. TheCareerProject.org provides the new starting point for job seekers researching different career paths. The Career Project's fresh perspective has garnered praise from educational and career organizations for providing users the unique ability to learn about thousands of careers directly from the people who work them. In the sites first year, over 60 colleges registered including New York University (http://www.nyu.edu/
"TheCareerProject.org is a career mentor database designed to help guide and inspire people who are just starting out in the workforce or looking to change fields," says Alicia Schwartz, CEO and founder of TheCareerProject.org. "Particularly in today's job market where it has become necessary to reinvent or reinvigorate your career, this type of information is invaluable. In addition to the ability of being able to ask our mentors questions through an anonymous email system, we have recently began The Career Project blog where users can ask our career experts more generalized questions. We want TheCareerProject.org to be the first stop in career exploration for people of all ages and the last place a person needs to visit before starting into their new venture."
"There's more to a career than simply the job description or the rate of pay," says Schwartz. "And people want to know these things. What do you actually do all day? What's the worst part? What's the best? How did you get the job? What should I do to get a similar position? TheCareerProject.org is the only online resource that can really answer any of those questions."
If you would like more information on TheCareerProject.org or to participate, please contact Alicia Schwartz at 212-624-5868.
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