I just landed my dream job, and I found it here on LawCrossing. I think the fees were well worth it. Everyone should consult this site for any employment needs.
Elizabeth B – Boston, MA
I’m recently retired but still receive e-mails from my job hunting days. I must say that I found your e-mail about your service very interesting and I actually read most of it. Nice approach.
I’ll share it with some friends that I know are in the job market.
Good luck with your service.
– Dave J
I did find employment and that is why I canceled. I enjoyed LawCrossing and found your listing the most comprehensive.
– Andrew G
Very Good, I liked the service very much! Earlier I have used this account but this time it was really helpful. I got 3 interviews out of that and I also got one job offer. The advanced search job was awesome. I liked it very much. If in case I need to return or need to refer someone I would be more than happy to do that.
Heather A – Florida
lawcrossing is relatively new to the job board scene, and they’ve carefully observed what works and what doesn’t
Are you a legal professional who has become the victim of the recession? This country is experiencing some of the highest unemployment numbers since the Great Depression. And finding a job right now can be a job in itself.
While there are plenty of resources available to people who are looking for work, there are very few that are dedicated specifically to people in the legal industry.
There’s the traditional Help Wanted section in the newspaper. There are business journals that publish frequent job listings and there are plenty of online job boards available like Monster and CareerBuilder.
But none of those resources are targeted to people looking for work in a legal capacity. Except for lawcrossing.
lawcrossing is relatively new to the job board scene, and they’ve carefully observed what works and what doesn’t.
And one of the things that isn’t working is the hefty fees some online job boards charge to employers who post jobs. These fees can be as high as $500, and many employers simply don’t have the funds to post, which creates a lose/lose situation for everyone involved.
Another thing that really doesn’t work with the other job boards is that they just sit back and wait for the job postings to come to them. There could be hundreds of good jobs available, but if the employers don’t post, the people using those job boards will never find out about them.
lawcrossing is different because they don’t charge companies a fee to post their listings on the web site. Also, instead of just waiting for employers to post jobs, lawcrossing actively looks for the available jobs.
In fact, lawcrossing offers much more than other job resources, like:
- Legal job openings from virtually every employer career webpage in America
- Legal jobs from virtually every law firm in America
- Jobs from virtually every public interest organization in America
- Legal job openings from virtually every government office in America
- Legal jobs from virtually every job board in America
- Hundreds of highly trained research analysts searching jobs for attorneys, law students and paralegals
- Never any charge for employers to post jobs because we are a research organization
- America’s #1 legal job board year after year after year
And unlike job boards like Guru or E-Lance, lawcrossing doesn’t promote the idea that you should have to bid for the opportunity to work for the least amount of money.
If you’re a paralegal or other job seeker in the legal profession who is serious about finding work, there’s no better resource at your disposal than lawcrossing.
To find out more, log on to their website at www.lawcrossing.com.
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