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Margaret Dikel, author of the Riley Guide for Job Search and Internet Resources, said: "Work Ministry offers job seekers a nation-wide database of jobs along with resources to support their search while supporting the job support groups. They are … building lists of faith-based/community social network groups by state … Nice site, and definitely working to improve the world."
Richard N. Bolles, author, What Color Is Your Parachute? A Practical Manual for Job-Hunters and Career-Changers, the best-selling job-hunting book in the world with eight million copies in print, said: "Church groups (and others) wanting to create a support group for job-hunters in their community will find considerable help at Workministry.com, offering free downloadable instruction sheets, handouts, and more. The three founders of this site are very much to be commended for this public service."
John Lucht, author of Rites of Passage at $100.000 to $1 Million+, the #1 best-selling executive career book, and host of RiteSite.com, said: "Faith-based organizations all across America are the meeting place and often the sponsors of counseling and support groups for job seekers. People of faith, and of no faith, are welcomed alike. WorkMinistry.com provides support for these many local efforts to work together in a national program. Congratulations and God Speed to WorkMinistry.com!"
Peter Weddle is a speaker and author on job boards and internet recruiting. In an article from CareerJournal.com, October 12, 2004, he writes: "An online community creates the same sentiment of membership at a spot in cyberspace, " a Web site " that a traditional community creates in the real world … These groups have three characteristics in common:
"When a Web site establishes a ’brand’ that has all of these characteristics, it is transformed into an online community.... " (Reprinted with permission from Peter Weddle, WEDDLE's LLC, www.weddles.com).
Tony Lee, Publisher, CareerJournal.com, said: "We are pleased to form an alliance with Work Ministry and support their efforts to combine career management with volunteer support groups. Work Ministry imparts valuable information, great tools and, perhaps most important of all, hope for those who turn to job-support groups for career support."
Bill Warren, is Executive Director of Direct Employers Association and its Web site, JobCentral.com. Direct Employers was formed in 2001 by more than 100 leading U.S. companies. Bill is also the founder of online recruiting.
He said: "We intend to provide job seekers with exceptional resources that really add value to their efforts. Networking is one of the most important resources for people in job search and job support groups are essential to networking efforts. We selected Work Ministry to provide our site visitors with access to job support groups and are pleased to make this resource available to people using our site."
Press Release: Award-Winning Job-Hunt.org Selects “Best of the Web” for Job Hunting
MARLBOROUGH, MA, December 28, 2006 – Job-Hunt.org, announced the best Websites for job hunting. Editor Susan Joyce, whose site has won awards from U.S. News & World Report, Forbes and many others, said, “Rather than hitting the same old sites, Job-Hunt.org suggests better options for the New Year in our first selection of Job-Hunt Best of the Web.”
Best Personal /Job Networking Site – WorkMinistry.com
"Offers job seekers the unique ability to connect with local face-to-face support groups, both faith-based and not, combined with a first-class job site containing thousands of job postings."
Joyce Lain Kennedy, nationally known author on careers, said: " The common link between job club members is the need for mutual encouragement and technical search techniques to find a job. .... Work Ministry can be described as ’job club meets networking club meets job board.’"