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SaveUSJobs.org Launches Collaborative Open Source Recruiting Solutions to Employ America and Empower the Economy
Date:6/22/2010

help Save US Jobs expand its services to other cities.

How People Benefit and Help Make a Difference:

1) With Save US Jobs, people benefit from getting involved in a worthy cause, working together to help friends and family find employment opportunities. The organization is looking for individuals interested in volunteering and for interns to work on the weekends; the commitment is two hours. People who are out of work will feel connected and productive.

2) Save US Jobs is a co-op and rewards people for their participation. When you join, your efforts positively impact the organization, and you can share in its wins, accomplishments and profits.

3) Earn Passive Income in the Recruiting Industry
To make the greatest impact, Save US Jobs needs to connect with executive decision makers (http://www.saveusjobs.org/?q=node/2).

Each introduction can lead to someone finding a job, and every placement garners profits that will impact your life (earn passive income from recruiting) and positively affect thousands of lives through the organization’s “We Care Weekends.”

Introduction will garner residual commissions for the lifetime of the relationship. Choose to keep the commission or donate it your favorite nonprofit, church or school.

Save US Jobs’ Mission
To empower America by developing employment opportunities for our workforce and investing in their education so they can lead the global economy in discovery, innovation and productivity.

Background
Save US Jobs has built a team with more than 20 years of recruiting experience to support this new jobs, social responsibility and collaborative open source recruitin
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