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Job Applications Site Adds New How To Resources

Job Applications Site has added tons of new job application guides for a vast diversity of industries, career levels, and job applicants to help users get the best from their service.

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October 15, 2015 (FPRC) -- As tuition fees continue to rise and students are saddled with more and more debt after graduation, the pressure to get a high earning job directly out of college is higher than ever. Unfortunately, the current market is saturated with highly qualified individuals, leaving the educated, but inexperienced, candidates out in the cold. Many graduates, as a consequence, are having great difficulty finding work related to their field of study. The website, Job Application Site, helps these recent graduates find job applications for the best companies in the United States, and has been expanding their site to include more resources and guides, so ultimately job applications lead to what they're supposed to - interviews, and ultimately, jobs.

The site is expanding every day, with the end goal of having job applications for every single major company in the U.S. Normally, the research that goes along with job searching can seem endless; this site is striving to be the one-stop shop for all job seekers' needs. Job applications are only one facet of this multi-leveled site, however; there is also a wealth of information on interviewing, resumes, cover letters, and much more, including videos to supplement the information on the site.

These "how to guides" contain information broken down by industry, and then by specific company, listing information on benefits, career paths, pay rates, and guiding job applicants through tips to increase their success of being hired. A representative from Job Application Site clarified, "Our ultimate goal is to provide graduating students with better resources to help them get jobs in an increasingly competitive market. Many industries require those just entering the workforce to start lower on the totem pole; however, there is room for rapid advancement in many companies. The key is knowing where to look once they get their foot in the door. Our site provides them the right tools to not only find the right job application, but use their schooling and skills to secure those jobs, no matter the industry."

About Job Applications Site
Job Applications Site was originally intended as a job application resource site only. However, seeing a need in the market, the site evolved its resources and has been focused on creating resources for job seekers to help them secure the jobs they want, with a specific focus on their Student Resource Center. With the annual number of graduates steadily increasing, and the declining number of job openings, Job Applications Site's aim is to find a match for every student to their dream job. For more information, please visit http://www.jobapplicationsite.com



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