Students can now use StudentJobsEverywhere.Com for Free
Kingston, Ontario, Canada -- StudentJobsEverywhere.Com announced today that students can use their service for free to find part-time, full-time, seasonal, internship, co-op and volunteer positions. While the usual fee is $10 per year, StudentJobsEverywhere has waived the fees for the summer months to assist the summer job market.
Logan Houston, CEO and Founder, stated: “Our goal is to make the student job search and recruitment market more efficient and effective for anyone between the ages of 16 and 28. We know that it is an extremely challenging employment market for recent graduates seeking full-time employment as well as for those seeking a summer job. We hope this will help students quickly find a job opening and allow them to apply without going door-to-door or filling out their resume on numerous websites. We have over 750 jobs waiting for applicants; these jobs are across Canada and represent a range amongst part time, full time and volunteer positions.”
The service is currently free for both businesses and students. Businesses can post jobs at no cost and the StudentJobsEverywhere team will actually do all of the work required to set up the business including posting jobs, again at no cost. Houston added: “The businesses love the system. It is easy to use. It is designed for business of all sizes. It is easy to sort applicants and it has an excellent applicant tracking system. The proof is our impressive list of businesses that are using the service, which are listed on our website (http://www.studentjobseverywhere.com/companies).”
When asked how his business can afford to offer this service for free, Houston explained: “We received a grant from the Ontario Government which allows us to pay for our systems and operations, advertising, and other costs. Making the service free for students and businesses gives us the opportunity to demonstrate to our customers that a centralized student job marketplace holds substantial benefits for everyone, and that StudentJobsEverywhere is creating that marketplace.”
Students currently need to go to individual business websites to enter their resume information, and typically they do not even know if there are job openings. Alternatively, students go business-to-business and drop off their resumes. Students often feel helpless as they spend hours going through processes which can appear to be futile. In addition, businesses spend a great deal of money paying sites to post jobs as well as significant time sorting through applications. All in all, it is not very efficient and one would hope that a more effective marketplace will lead to more students being hired.
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