Formerly Unemployed Man Launches

Formerly unemployed man uses his experience looking for work to launch a website designed to help others find jobs.
Feb. 6, 2013 - PRLog -- When Bill Johnson found himself laid off from his job last December, he immediately started looking for work.  He wound up finding a job seven months later, but many of friends were not so fortunate.  Johnson wanted to do something to help them and others like them.
 His solution was to launch, a full-service website designed to cater to job seekers.  The site features a job board/search engine, helpful tips for finding work, a sample job interview quiz, and free resume templates for download.    Employers can also post open positions on the job board.  In addition, there is a news section that contains the latest statistics on where jobs can be found and what kinds of jobs are most available.
 "It's still tough to find a job in this economy," says Johnson, "I wanted to create a site where people can get most of the help they need to find work, all in one place."
 As of this writing, there are still 12.3 million people unemployed in the United States. The average job seeker has been looking for 35 weeks. The unemployment rate is at 7.9 percent. is published by Johnson Mega Media.  Find out more by going to
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