Helps Thousands to Successful Fight Like President Obama to Get Their Job in Today's Global Economy

West Dundee, IL (PressExposure) February 09, 2009 -- an online game and research Company that develops online games for improving logical reasoning health of brain and boosts brain performance has developed a powerful game to survive layoff and to reclaim your career. The game is designed not only to give out strategies to survive a layoff but also to help people to formulate their career search better, sharpen their reasoning skills in both quantitative and Logical reasoning along with improving their general knowledge to be smart at their work place.

Today more than ever employers are looking for talent with out any global boundaries. The concept of on-demand resources is gaining momentum and it is natural for employers to shop for the best talent at their price. This put a great disadvantage for job-seekers in the developed countries to compete with developing countries.

Being competitive is the only way in today's world to be gainfully employed. The game at allows users to help them being competitive by learning the tricks of trade. The game is incorporated with exercise for keeping your brain and mind up to date for the challenge through a series of logical tests, general questions, numerical reasoning and financial intelligence.

Thousands have flocked to the site from around the world to reap the benefits at no cost. In addition they d are bringing their friends to enjoy the power of game to help better their live by gaining a distinct competitive advantage in career and reasoning skills. Play for free today at


Rijo Johney
West Dundee, IL 60118
(800) 783-6192

Crootpad is an online game and research company that builds online games for improving brain logistical reasoning health and performance. We specialize in creating games to help people lead better live by gaining a distinct competitive advantage in career and reasoning skills.

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Press Release Submitted On: February 09, 2009 at 3:44 am
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