Dublin, Ireland Ireland (PressExposure) April 24, 2007 -- Increasing unemployment figures conceal current job offers, tending to frustrate unemployed professionals. Facing the unorganized amount of jobs on the Internet, their motivation drops even more. The recently launched Internet search portal better-job-offers.com is a result of this experience.
Presently web designer at better-job-offers.com, Mike Smith had gone to a vacation, and when he came back, his job was gone. The media kept telling him that more and more people became unemployed without a chance of finding new employment opportunities. Being a qualified designer, Smith searched on the Internet but could not find the appropriate sites. Months past, and he had not had a single interview until finally getting in touch with the makers of better-job-offers.com.
Actually, due to his qualifications he needed only one interview but simply had not managed to find an attractive offer. Years later, in last yearâs summer, Smith read in a newspaper article that unemployment had reached new peaks throughout Europe. He empathized with the concerned people, remembering his own experience. Doing so, Smith became aware of his teamâs potential to support people in searching a job. As a result, he searched the web for current job sites and created an improvement plan.
The development team welcomed Smithâs idea and further elaborated his plans. Consequently, in January 2007 better-job-offers.com went online, providing a range of search features that obtain data from other sites. Now, users can browse employment opportunities from out of more than 20 categories in more than 70 countries. According to the developers, the advantage of presenting all results on one single site lies in orientating user navigation and in supplying unemployed professionals with confidence by listing many available options.
One of the most recent creations by the network of vertical sites www.betterdeals.com, the internet search guide www.better-job-offers.com serves as an example of the networkâs objective of providing internet users with a guide to electronically presented information, products, and services. The betterdeals.com team of passionate Internet professionals has launched 35 sites this year alone. Active since the end of 2003, betterdeals.com is created and managed by Go Advertising Limited, Dublin.