Dublin, Ireland Ireland (PressExposure) April 24, 2007 -- Albeit decreasing job opportunities, the recently launched Internet search portal better-job-offers.com motivates its users to look forward to fresh perspectives. As professionals report, realizing the presented amount of offered jobs, they become curious about new fields and go back to work with more self esteem.
With a database of jobs from more than 20 categories in over 70 countries, better-job-offers.com combines the results from other job sites and presents them in a concisely summarized manner. Therefore, the amount of current job offers appears to be higher than in job sites that rely exclusively on their own database. In addition, users do not have to constantly switch between sites to compare individual offers, getting lost in navigation.
Even though the development team from better-job-offers.com had expected positive comments, they would not have thought that their site also serves employed professionals. As shown by the first user feedbacks, this unexpected target group browses the portalâs results to get informed of alternative options to their current job. London based nurse Susan Snyder (24), for instance, was enchanted by the amount of job offers in Australia.
âOne second, I thought I could just give up my job to move to Australia. The next, I was not sure about that anymore. Anyway, I went back to work with more confidence, knowing that I could change my situation if I really wanted to,â Snyder wrote. The better-job-offers.com developers explain that with reference to the current state of the job market. They argue that people feel forced to stay with their present jobs, which reduces their motivation. But knowing other options makes the current work place to a free choice and, thus, motivates.
Taking into account the employed users, better-job-offers.com has already implemented basic information corresponding to the individual job categories presented. This way, new fields open their doors to invite professionals with a different background to take a glance at other options without having to understand a specific jargon.
The Internet search guide http://www.better-job-offers.com belongs to the network of vertical sites betterdeals.com that works on providing users with an everyday guide to electronically presented information, products, and services. A European team of passionate Internet professionals contributes to this aim by constantly developing new sites, which has led to 35 launches in 2007 alone. Active since the end of 2003, betterdeals.com is created and managed by Go Advertising Limited, Dublin.