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Launch of AllAboutCareers.com set to transform online recruitment for students

Launch of AllAboutCareers.com set to transform online recruitment for students

The founders of leading law student website AllAboutLaw have launched their new project www.AllAboutCareers.com. Aimed at students aged 16-24, the social-careers website further cements their position as a key figure in online recruitment.

AllAboutLaw boasts 20,000 unique monthly users, 52 clients and approximately one in four law students who log on regularly.

Launching in the New Year, AllAboutCareers.com aims to create a similar network and help get students off on the right foot by finding something they have a genuine passion for.
On average, students spend one hour and 18 minutes on the internet each day[i], said Director Paul Harris. With AllAboutCareers, they can put this time to good use and still interact and network with their friends. Its a whole new take on online recruitment.

Everything on the site can be personalised to each users interests, meaning they wont waste any time sifting through irrelevant careers. They can very quickly create a personal profile and tailor everything to suit to their needs. Whats more, they can see what their friends are up to and bounce ideas off each other.

One of the key innovations of the AllAboutCareers site is the self-refreshing noticeboard. This keeps people up-to-date with industry news, allows them to see what other users are looking at and gradually become better informed. They can create groups, forum topics and discussions and bounce ideas off like-minded people.

Furthermore, theyll be supplied with personalised RSS news feeds and have access to over 1,600 career-related articles, with new information supplied on a daily basis by recruitment-expert editors.

With more than 350,000[ii] students graduating each summer and 33%[iii] of professionals unsatisfied at work, there has never a better time for the launch of AllAboutCareers.

From our experience of working with law students, we know that generation Y are an extremely demanding bunch, said Paul. They crave information and are so often underestimated. We want to supply them with information to make them more commercially aware, whilst organically developing as employees by using the site from day-to-day.

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