PrimeHangout.com recently launched a new free service called Smart Classified, also called sClassified, which is meant to aid the job search with an automated screening process, allowing users to spend more time focusing on other important tasks.
In a statement, founder and CEO of PrimeHangout.com, Dr. Henry I. Balogun, said that sClassified can "seek out employment opportunities for you while you're having dinner, doing gardening, napping, watching a sporting event, walking your dog, enjoying an evening stroll with your loved one."
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The service isn't restricted to the job seeker, however, as businesses can also sign up for the service, again completely free of charge, to seek out talented and appropriately qualified individuals.
"sClassified is extremely affordable and a brilliant way for potential employers to seek out and find the right talent for their business," added Balogun. "Any company, regardless of size can log in and post a specific help wanted ad on sClassified. Once the ad is posted, our new technology takes over. Advertisers would be able to see and manage the process from their respective dashboard."
Job seekers selected to be informed about available job openings will receive notifications regarding available jobs in selected areas of interest, complete with specific job requirements. From there, it's as simple as clicking on the notice to get one step closer to a new job.
PrimeHangout, owned by electronic medical record center ClinicTools, is a social media site designed to "take social media as a platform to the next step." Founded in September 2011 by Balogun, the site features a virtual shopping mall, called PrimeHangout Mall, and enables communication including instant and video messaging.
Smart Classified is available to PrimeHangout users new and old right now on the Web, while mobile users will have to wait for an app update, expected to be rolled out before November, to access the new service on the go. The mobile app is available for Android, iPhone, iPad, BlackBerry and Windows Phone (News - Alert).
Edited by Brooke Neuman