London, UK: On Friday, the site, JustLondonJobs.com was announced which rounds up job postings for cities all across the regions a similar program inspired every hour and this board in Windsor.
This announcement of the new site is days after the Task Force revealed about the job crisis in London, UK. After that, this site has been announced with an aim to connect local job seekers as well as employers.
On last Wednesday, the task force opened up that London has the worst employment rate in the country as people have to struggle for Living and working in London. These problems persist owing to the vacant positions, and that can’t seem to be filled.
As per there research potential employees and employers are facing trouble to connect with each other and they had drastic employment issues which are to be fixed as soon as possible.
Thus, creating this jobs board as a tool along with awareness linked with it and also rekindling interest amidst those Windsor folks who had been seeking out as it seemed futile. So they had one more tool and employers got enthused as well.
As per the release the new site London Jobs Now is considered as the largest jobs board in the region which also provides an innovative map that allows users the option of browsing the location in the city. This map permits the option of overlaying close by transit routes, childcare along with other services too.
They make out that we have many people who are unemployed as London attract numerous students and thousands who need our health care along with social services expertise.
One more reason is that many of our people living in London and who need work have become discouraged and have stopped searching too. They all require assistance to connect to jobs, and that’s what this new site offer.
They supposed that this is undoubtedly a silver bullet or we can say that this is another arrow in our quiver.
In simple words, we can say JustLondonJobs.com is all about connections, job seekers to opportunities, employers to grow, families to excellent financial stability along with most vulnerable to hope.