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JobServe Mobile Enables Job Seekers to Search and Apply for Jobs on the Go

(June 15, 2010)

ATLANTA, GA -- (Marketwire) -- 06/15/10 -- announced earlier this week the latest release of JobServe Mobile. Strategically designed for the cell phone user, JobServe Mobile enables job seekers to search jobs and apply to positions of interest directly from their phone.

JobServe was the first job board to launch a mobile service and, with this release, is the first to provide a mobile site compatible with all makes of Internet-enabled phones including: BlackBerry, iPhone and Nokia.

Commenting on the new release, James Wren, JobServe's General Manager Search Products & User Experience, said, "Job Seekers are able to apply for jobs in as little as two clicks. Existing users have the added convenience of pre-filled application forms to further expedite the application process."

Registration is not required to search jobs; however users must create an account to apply for jobs. New users can register by providing their email address and password, and then emailing their resume to JobServe where it will be automatically uploaded to their account.

This mobile service fully complements the application system provided by JobServe on the website.

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