Releases Free Job Hunting Insider Video Information Library Featuring Over 400 Employee Interviews

Video Library Reveals Insider Tips from Real Employees for Landing a Job with Major Companies

Dec 04, 2012, 10:29 ET from

NORTH CANTON, Ohio, Dec. 4, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- (, the #1 Free Online Job Application and employment site for first-time and entry-level jobs, announced the public release of a massive job seeker Video Library: . Each video features real employees discussing how they landed their job, what their job is like, and providing pertinent interview tips.

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The video library is updated daily and offers workers insight into hundreds of job titles with major companies. For the project, has interviewed former or current employees of Walmart, Starbucks, Subway, Old Navy, Kroger, Applebee's, and many other large retailers, restaurants, banks, hotels, coffee shops, and grocery stores.

This new resource, which took the team over one year to develop, has captured inside information for over 400 of the nation's major employers. Each video gives job seekers a closer look at unique aspects of the hiring process, work environment, and common responsibilities on an individual company basis.

Doug Crawford, president of job-applications explains the need for the video resources: "Providing these online videos allows for job hunters to find out more information about how to specifically approach the company they want to work at before they even start to fill out an application." Through the video library, website users can find detailed accounts of what it is like to work for a given company, including a personal employment perspective which is simply not available on other Internet job boards.

About is the leading employment application site designed to enable job seekers to submit more job applications in less time. The site is known for its depth of company application coverage, job employment video library, as well as its specific company interview tips and hiring question sections. All services are provided free of charge.


Doug Crawford