Press Room

Mobile Works partners with Mobile Public Library
Wednesday, Oct 10th, 2007

Mobile Works, Inc. and the Mobile Public Library have partnered to offer jobseekers and library customers another resource in accessing on-line information pertaining to jobs and job training resources. Mobile Works is pleased to announce Alabama JobLink information cards are available at all Mobile Public Library locations. The Alabama JobLink information cards provide library customers with the JobLink website and a brief listing of features available.

Alabama JobLink, found at is an online job matching website that gives business owners and employers an opportunity to view resumes posted online and gives jobseekers the opportunity to view job listings throughout Mobile County and the state of Alabama. Furthermore, JobLink provides and opportunity for jobseekers to research career information, create a jobseeker account, get e-mail alerts on job openings, build a resume and link to other job bank websites. The Alabama JobLink website can also be converted to 11 other languages (Korean, German, Russian, Chinese (simplified and traditional, French, German, Spanish, Portuguese, Italian, Dutch, Greek and Japanese) and has daily job updates and postings.

“We are excited about this opportunity to display the JobLink information cards,” states Mobile Works President, Sydney Raine. “With economic development projects on the rise, it’s important for jobseekers to be informed of the available resources and prospective job opportunities available.”

Mobile Public Library Director Spencer Watts notes, “We are pleased to be joining Mobile Works in this effort to make job-related resources more accessible. This cooperative venture fits nicely with the Library’s collection of materials that help people build better resumes and improve their interview skills. Job seekers in our community will benefit greatly from the rich array of services and information that can be found on the Alabama JobLink site.”

The information tent cards which will be displayed at 224 workstations throughout the Mobile Public Library System.

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