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  1. Hi!

    In my spare time (and I have lots of spare time now, being unemployed) I’ve created a website to help unemployed people track their job applications. Right now applying for jobs is a numbers game, and people have to send dozens if not hundreds of job applications to get a response from a handful. Instead of having a passive, labor-intensive list of all the places you applied to, the site I created (http://www.becomed.com) helps you automate a lot of the manual labor and also has automatic reminders (e.g. for interview follow-ups) to help you keep on top of the day-to-day tedium of applying for a job.

    Check it out and let me know what you think. If you have an idea for improvement, I’d love to hear it.

  2. Hey,

    You have a great site! A lot of great reading material (just bookmarked it). My name is Lisa, and I work with the website ZooCaro.

    I just came across your site and am hoping you can add our job search site to your employment links list. All the info is below, I can put your link up in exchange.

    Title: College-Site.com
    URL: http://www.college-site.com/
    Description: Helping College students and graduates connect with potential employers!

    Let me know what you think!

    Thank you very much,

    Lisa

  3. As someone who has fought (and resolved) workplace issues, I have some very good resources: http://www.badreferences.com; workrights.org; and whistleblower.org.
    Otherwise, you will hop from one interview to another–not realizing your ex-boss is trashing you to potential employers.

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