New Website Launched To Help Candidates With Security Guard Training

Athens, Georgia (PressExposure) August 10, 2011 -- founder Rob Baker is very much aware of the economic situation within the country. A large number of new graduates, as well as seasoned workers, find themselves without any opportunities in the job field. Almost none of them will find jobs that complement their educational fields.

Baker says "I find that new grads will have a hard time finding jobs without experience, and older laid off workers are too scared to go back to school seeing what's happening to the people that just graduated. It's important to be able to find a job that doesn't require much education and has many openings so that one can ride out the tough times and still support their family."

This might be the reason why the site is already getting a lot of traffic and is quickly climbing up in the search engine rankings. He explains that "This information is available on other sites, but I put it all together in an easy to digest format. It makes the entire process much easier to digest."

According to Baker the good times are still not within eyesight and security guard positions can be a great place to hold over until they come. The training process is not very long and there are a lot of opportunities to get your foot in the door, even without any experience.

The site is updated on a weekly basis with very helpful content not found anywhere else. As new updates on the diet and solutions to the disease are found, it is very important to stay current.

A dedicated trainer, Rob started this site in order to help people start a career as security guards, explain the training process, pass the interview, find and land a job. The site covers all 50 states, for unarmed and armed guard requirements, as each state has different requirements.

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Press Release Submitted On: August 09, 2011 at 7:59 pm
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