San Leandro, CA, September 01, 2006 --(PR.com
)-- Young online Job Search Engine Immediate-Assistance.Net, an alias of Silicon Valley based Immediate Assistance Network, Inc., is catching up with the heavyweights of the industry. By releasing one cutting-edge feature after another "Immediate Assistance" has attracted much attention to their website - www.immediate-assistance.net - over the last few months. According to a company representative, their latest one - Automatic Search Agents - is becoming more and more popular among jobseekers and employers. The feature is designed to save your valuable time by doing your searching for you. Powerful monitors are setup to screen through newly posted jobs and resumes, match found results against user's saved preferences, and send thoroughly filtered matches straight to user's email inbox. Source claims that over 200 "Agents" were setup by the users within the first couple of weeks after a feature released was announced on the company website and via monthly newsletters.
About Immediate Assistance Network, Inc.
Founded in 2003, Immediate Assistance Network, Inc. (Immediate-Assistance.Net) is a privately held company based in the Silicon Valley (San Leandro, Ca.). Immediate-Assistance.Net provides a variety of services, ranging from unlimited free Job and Resume postings to a full unlimited access to a large database of available candidates as well as information about hiring companies and open positions. Immediate-Assistance.Net started as a small team of Internet Developers, who’s rapid growth resulted in its emergence as an independent, privately-held spin-off and made a company into a significant part of today's Employment-related Internet community.