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DreamJob.com

a startup idea shared by sonila kar on 04/03/2015

A site similar to LinkedIn but only for the unemployed or those seeking jobs actively. It will take you step by step through your job search process, starting from resume writing to helping you reach out to potential employers, polishing your skills, career counseling and help you keep motivated. While there are a lot of job search websites and portals they really do not believe in helping you. They are not personalized and job seekers have no support whatsoever. The team will comprise of people who know how difficult it is to find a job and truly want to help people achieve their dreams. The aim will be to develop a pool of highly motivated and talented individuals. Recruiters will be welcome to join the site with a fee. Job seekers will pay a minimal amount and if they find their dream job they can pay the dues after that in bulk or in installments.

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