Steps Up to Offer A Free Job Board Built on Quality, Not Quantity

A majority of national job boards today boast about their millions of job postings, except for one,

"Our goal isn't quantity, " says Tanya Willette, Co-Founder of, "our goal is quality.", the first and only free job board and live interview site, has set the stage for a new generation of national job boards.

"We have several features on our site that control the quality of our search results, " says Willette. "These features ensure that only open positions appear in a job seeker's search results and only available job seekers appear in an employer's search results."

One of's most desired features is Auto-Private. "If an employer or job seeker has not logged-in to their account for thirty consecutive days, their account will automatically go into a private mode, eliminating them from search results," explains Willette. "They aren't set to private, just until they log back in and change their Privacy Setting back to Public."

Another great feature controlling quality on is the life of a job posting. "Once an employer creates a job on our site it will remain active for thirty-days," explains Willette. "At the end of the thirty-day period their job is automatically moved into their archived postings. If they position is still available, they are encouraged to re-activate it. If the position is closed, it will be saved in their archived should it become available at a later date." is also unique in that they don't force users to apply for positions through their site. "Many employers have a preference for receiving applications," explains Willette. "Some prefer to receive applications via e-mail, some through their company website, others through an in-store terminal. We don't care how the positions are filled and we don't care how a job seeker applies to a position, all that matters to us is that positions are being filled and job seekers are finding work."'s database is constantly changing. New positions come up and old ones come down on a daily basis. "If you don't find an opportunity on our site today, you may just find one on our site tomorrow," says Willette.

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