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New web site, JOBS4WOMEN.ORG, helps unemployed women find jobs

Posted by Admin On December - 22 - 2011

Jobless women can sign up for free email notications about local jobs in their areas

Nationwide — A new free service is helping women to find local jobs that pay as much as $30 an hour. Its called Jobs4Women.org, and it’s very simple and easy to use. Interested ones simply have to visit the web site, sign up for email alerts, and wait for local job opportunities to start coming.

According to CNN, MSNBC and other media outlets, millions of Americans are either unemployed and underemployed. Women jobseekers are on the rise, as many households are struggling financially to make ends meet.

In the UK, from 2008-2009, women accounted for only around a fifth of the fall in employment, but with the current recession hitting public sector jobs, and reducing the number of part-time roles in services such as retail, it is expected that female unemployment will increase at a greater rate in the near future. The same is expected in the United States and Canada.

Women interested in getting job alerts can sign up free at www.Jobs4Women.org

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