WhateverJobs Launches a New Website

Unlimited member-to-member communication, affordable job posts, free resume submission, edits to postings, along with many other helpful employment resources.

Online PR News – 24-February-2011 – – San Francisco, California, February 17, 2011: WhateverJobs, a company that facilitates job and resume posting and searches, has announced the launch of its new website - WhateverJobs.com. The website has been launched with a singular goal, which is, to allow any kind of job offers and resumes to be posted irrespective of organization-based requirements.

Through the website, WhateverJobs intends to do away with the predicament that employers and seekers of miscellaneous and part time jobs and gigs face since most online portals facilitate corporate placements. At WhateverJobs.com, a potential employer can post any job, thereby offering a range of employment opportunities to seekers.

Quality customer service being the hallmark of WhateverJobs.com, it offers different services such as, free membership accounts, unlimited member-to-member communication, affordable job posts, free resume submission, edits to postings, along with many other helpful employment resources. Furthermore, use of career tools, multiple photo uploads, featured listing upgrades and job articles are also available.

WhateverJobs.com offers job posting options for $25 and each job posts have a lifetime of six months. Nancy Benson, Vice President of Marketing said, "WhateverJobs.com allows companies to advertise jobs at a cost savings of nearly 90% compared to other sites. Our customers love it because it's very user friendly, and free to join, search, and communicate with all members."

Talking about the listing period offered by WhateverJobs.com, Rick McCausland, Founder at EZ Pay Inc. said that he found other job websites very expensive, while offering short listing periods. "I like WhateverJobs because every listing is online for six months, something unheard of in employment sites," McCausland explained.

In addition to employers, WhateverJobs.com has helped job seekers look for jobs of their choice quickly with its easy user interface, tools and resources. The website facilitates job and resume searches using keywords and categories; it allows filtration by location. Students have also grown particularly interested in the site because, according to University of Southern California Junior, Mike Robertson, "WhateverJobs is easy to use and search for jobs that most job sites don't advertise".

About WhateverJobs.com: WhateverJobs.com is a robust employment website that is a place for any job (or resume), no matter what. It is free of banner advertising or posts linking to other job boards and is one of the most transparent and affordable job boards on the internet today. The website advertises all its posts on WhateverJobs.com, social networking sites Facebook and Twitter, and into aggregating websites. In this way, every job and resume post enjoys exposure from website visitors, aggregators, job seekers, employers and social networking sites. Job post are $25, include upgrade.