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OrlandoJobs.com Launches Mobile Technology Network

Jobseekers Can Use Any Device to Apply with One Click

ORLANDO, Fla., Feb. 26, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- The job search in Orlando just became faster, easier and more efficient for job seekers on the go! OrlandoJobs.com, the region's premier online job board, today announces the launch of new, responsive technology optimized to run on mobile platforms, as well as a redesigned network.

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At the center of these innovations is the ability for jobseekers to search and apply for an open job from their cell phone, tablet, laptop or desktop (even from their XBox, if they wanted to, although that's not recommended!).

On this multi-channel platform, job seekers will experience a lightning-fast search and march capability, intuitive upload methods, seamless integration with social media sites and one-click "apply" options. The additional resources in the OrlandoJobs.com Network allow candidates to be more productive in their job search and applications, and thus more successful in finding a job.

"A mobile approach is vital for jobseekers in today's employment market," explains Roger Lear, President of OrlandoJobs.com. "Candidates want, and, in order to set themselves apart from the applicant pool, they really need, to be able to quickly respond to posted positions whether they are on their cell phone, tablet or sitting at their desk."

Employers and recruiters will also find tools to harness the fast-evolving digital recruitment landscape within the OrlandoJobs.com Network. Highly advanced searches, including keywords, geography and targeted key demographic indicators, allow companies rapid acquisition of talent, and a more efficient return on their investment.

The OrlandoJobs.com site is also now part of the Great Job Spot Network (GreatJobSpot.com), which extends its reach into both active candidates and open positions. "This technology-driven intelligent candidate database expands the way our company serves both job seekers and employers," echoes OrlandoJobs.com co-founder, Scott Kotroba. "But this new technology is really just a fantastic outer layer; inside, we are still the place with the deepest candidate pool and the most verified posted positions in the region. That hasn't changed, and never will."

OrlandoJobs.com,part of the Great Job Spot Network, is the powerful, pre-eminent career platform in Central Florida, and the only digital job board optimized for mobile, on-the-go usage by job seekers. With more than 200,000 visitors per month, and 3,200 employers, there is no better place to find a job. The site was founded in 2005 by Roger Lear and Scott Kotroba, and is the official employment website of the Greater Orlando Human Resource Association (www.GOSHRM.org). www.OrlandoJobs.com partners locally and with WKMG's Local 6 ClickOrlando.com and the OrlandoWeekly.com (print and online). OrlandoJobs.com's sister company, the GreatInsuranceJobs.com Network, is the leading insurance employment network in the nation.

Media Contact: Roger Lear, OrlandoJobs.com, 407-645-4224, [email protected]

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