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Jobfish 2010 Delivers Peace of Mind to Frustrated Jobseekers
People apply more accurately to hundreds of openings in minutes versus taking all day
Santa Monica, CA - Jobfish 2010 for Windows (www.Jobfish.com) is relieving the frustration job-seekers feel when all their hard work sending resumes yields zero emails, calls or interviews. Jobfish 2010 eliminates the hours of lost time spent downloading job openings, creating listings, organizing contacts, tracking applications, and submitting forms to collect unemployment insurance.
Founded by Sarah Weinberger, a former frustrated job-seeker, applying quicker for more jobs in less time landed her resume, and those of her colleagues who also tried the program, first in a recruiter?s inbox instead of lost in a sea of thousands.
"Jobfish helped me send out four times as many applications with better cover letters combined with highly targeted resumes," says Weinberger, who was laid off from a communications firm in 2009.
"Having to work with a dozen different job boards can cost countless hours in applications and make anyone incredibly agitated. Jobfish, on the other hand, makes working with the job boards a snap. And with a one-stop center that manages every aspect of your search, finding a job with Jobfish is a whole lot easier than without it," says Weinberger.
Key features of Jobfish 2010 include:
One-stop searching of job boards; permanantly store desired job descriptions.
Ability to quickly create and edit numerous resume packages and cover-letters that can be attached to a job application within seconds.
Built-in calendar and task list which helps schedule and deliver follow-up messages, phone calls and interviews.
Automated activity reports to state unemployment offices.
One-click process to strengthen phone conversations with recruiters and potential employers.
"We have customers who received phone calls from recruiters who expected them to immediately recite their job description. After 100 resumes sent in one week, it?s almost impossible to remember every detail of every job applied for."
"Being able to click on Jobfish and immediately locate any job in my sent list helps anyone make a great first impression by being immediately conversant in all details of the employment opportunity."
Jobfish 2010 runs under Windows XP/Vista/7, costs $54.99 (US) for a single-user license, and may be purchased securely online from www.Jobfish.com. Jobfish 2010 is also available on Amazon.com. For more information, or to download the trial version of Jobfish 2010, visit www.jobfish.com.