At JOBfindah we believe in uniqueness. To that mission we are building job seeker communities for individual groups where people who are similar in their individual experiences, backgrounds, opportunities and challenges can enjoy a job search experience and use information, advice and tools that are relevant for them. While our communities have access to the flagship JobFindah career site (www.jobfindah.com), they also have access to items that are relevant specifically for their communities, and who can identify the communities they belong to. To us, diversity nurtures individuality instead of suppressing them.
Too often, returning veterans and other transitioning veterans find it extremely difficult to find suitable employment in the civilian workforce. At JobFindah, we help veterans get connected with job opportunities and advise them on how better market their military skills to draw attention from the recruiters. At the same time, we also educate employers the benefits of recruiting veterans and assist them with affirmative action.
Unemployment rate is highest among our nationâs dis-abled. It is estimated that one in five Americans have a condition that can be categorized as a disability, and such candidates, otherwise qualified, may face significant discrimination during a job search. At JobFindah, we not only help job seekers with a disability to find jobs that leverage their abilities, we also educate employers on the advantages of hiring the differently-abled, and assist them with affirmative action programs.
In 2010, American women, on average, earned 81% of what their male counterparts earned. Therefore, it is no wonder that pay inequality remains the top issue for women. However, there are deeper issues of inequality and discriminatory hurdles remain for women at the workplace. At JobFindah, we help women connect with progressive employers, and advise them on how to make them more marketable to negotiate better pays. Similarly, we help employers strengthen their outreach and branding to attract women to the workforce.
One of the greatest competitive advantage of the United States is in the diversity of its people. A nation of immigrants, the United States, has attracted people from all around the world to live and thrive in this “land of the free”. The freedom to pursuit one’s happiness combined with roots around the globe has resulted in a nation that is diverse across many dimensions. However, the opportunities have not been uniform across these diversity lines. While every business gains from a diverse workforce, the job opportunities have not been equal traditionally. The nation has adapted many laws to ensure equal opportunities for all, and despite enormous progress in the past six decades, more needs to be done.