Dumjobs is now offering their job portal services for free for all local employers and applicants in Dumaguete City. It has been offering its services for free and now is promising users and potential visitors within Negros Island that it will always be free. The site is where applicants residing in and around Dumaguete can apply for vacant positions posted by local employers.
Since there are more people who are in the search for job vacancies within their local areas, Dumjobs is trying to offer a job portal that will cater to Dumagueteños. It is a site dedicated to local employers and applicants in the entire Negros Island. For all applicants to access the portal with ease, the founder has decided to access the portal for free forever.
The founder of Dumjobs is Baloydi Lloydi who is an online marketing professional is to empower his fellow Dumagueteños by giving job opportunities. With this, the site has been posting job opportunities from local employers for around 3 years and is promising to provide its services for free to everyone. Since the founder wants to expand the boundaries of local applicants, the portal is open for those who are trying to look for jobs within the city. It is exclusively offered to everyone in Negros Island, which means that it is not hosting any job postings coming from other regions.
Through the promise of offering the portal for free, people will gain awareness that Dumjobs is standing up for its advocacy of offering it as a free service for local employers and job applicants in Negros Island. Job seekers, especially those newly graduates, can easily find a local job opportunity suitable for their qualifications and never have to seek far from home to find a job that can provide financial source for their family.
Baloydi Lloydi is the man behind Dumjobs and is the one opening job opportunities for all Dumagueteños. He is a product of one of the universities in Dumaguete and his hometown is Bacong, Negros Oriental. This makes it easy for him to tell the problems with job seekers and also with employers looking for qualified applicants.
"I wanted to empower Dumagueteños through job opportunities." says Baloydi Lloydi, founder of the portal.