SOURCE: Job Aspirin

Job Aspirin

June 24, 2010 11:00 ET

Job Aspirin's Online Tool Aids Job Seekers

Internet Startup Job Aspirin Offers First-of-Its-Kind Web Application

SAN RAFAEL, CA--(Marketwire - June 24, 2010) -  Job Aspirin ( offers users a combination of job search organization and social networking. Job Aspirin is not a job board, no job opportunities can be found there. Instead, it's s a web application that tracks job opportunities and interactions while incorporating task, contact and document management.

Job Aspirin also has a social twist: allowing job seekers to invite members of their network -- such as career coaches, recruiters, colleagues, friends and family -- to assist their job search. Users can capitalize on their network by allowing people they know and trust to review, gain insight and provide feedback on their job search.

Job Aspirin's simple and intuitive interface enables job seekers to organize each opportunity efficiently within a set of customizable topics. Additionally, it offers:

  • task management
  • contact management with integrated vCard support
  • document management with version control
  • unemployment compensation audit log generation

At just $39.95 per year, Job Aspirin costs much less than many job-search related expenses, and may qualify as tax-deductible. A 14-day, free, no obligation trial is offered.

About Job Aspirin

Job Aspirin ( was founded after David Roualdes' exhaustive 15-month job search. Frustrated by spending his hard earned cash on unsuccessful efforts and talking to dozens of career coaches and networking professionals, David recognized a need and developed an application to improve a job seeker's odds of finding a job as soon as possible. While keeping the search organized and allowing members of their network to assist, the application tracks job opportunities and interactions and includes task, contact and document management. Visit:

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