These days, in this economy, one can consider having a job and actually being able to hold on to it quite a stroke of luck. In the United States alone, there are over 102 million people of working age that don’t have a job. Most people will exhaust local job vacancies before taking to the internet to check out of town job listings, possibly somewhere that entails a reasonable commute, or a place far enough to be a new home entirely.
Unfortunately, many job listings won’t entertain applicants from out of state, and once they catch your number on their caller ID and see it does not have a local area code attached to it, you may be turned away, even though you are completely willing to bear the commute or actually move into their locality.
With a feature like our caller ID spoofing, you can actually make that job inquiry and use the employer’s local area code for your call or telephone interview. You will get to impress them first before they over-think you being a hundred miles away.
New Tech For a New Employment Problem
The fact of the matter is, the employment problem in the United States is an unprecedented one — similar to the Great Recession of the 1930s, but all the more difficult for struggling families, due to the steady rise in cost of living and inflation. In addition, areas of the country that once had jobs are gone; employment hubs are beginning to shift away from manufacturing cities such as the now-failed city of Detroit and mining/energy regions, such as where coal is mining and oil drilled, to cities where customer service and related industries are still seeing growth.
If you are looking for work, you very well might have to move. It’s the new reality.
Unfortunately, businesses have not caught up to the sheer desperation that the American worker is now experiencing. Even with copious Government subsidies and support, the average American family cannot afford to be without work. Because of this, being able to compete aggressively for well-paying jobs — even if they are in other states or regions of the country — is a necessity.
With MyPhoneRobot, you now have the opportunity craft a telephone number that will effectively give you the means of applying for jobs all over the country, without having to divulge your exact location. Of course, you don’t necessarily want to begin a new job or career on a lie, and if employers ask you directly where you live, you may be inclined to tell them. However, with MyPhoneRobot’s caller I.D. spoor, appearing to be from the local area may just give you enough time to make your case for why you are the right person for the job — even if it means relocating.