The Black Man Survival Guide New Job Board Finds Jobs for Black Men
Today, the website AfroDaddy.com – The Black Man’s Survival Guide announces the addition of AfroJobs, a job board to help black men find jobs. “The whole purpose of the AfroDaddy website is to help black men survive and prosper in America, and the main thing that a black man needs to survive is a job."
Oakland, CA (PRUnderground) August 30th, 2010
Today, the website AfroDaddy.com – The Black Man’s Survival Guide announces the addition of AfroJobs, a job board to help black men find jobs. “The whole purpose of the website is to help black men survive and prosper in America, and the main thing that a black man needs to survive is a job” says Darrell Garrett, Senior Editor at AfroDaddy. “With the addition of AfroJobs we continue on our quest to be the leading website for black men to get answers to survival questions and gain access to tools to help black men prosper.”
The new job board is powered by Simply Hired, a Mountain View, CA based firm that has one of the premiere job board services in the country. There are over 5 million jobs in the Simply Hired database, with new job postings every day from every state in the country. Simply Hired is the chosen job search provider for over 5,000 publishers to include Business Week, MySpace, LinkedIn and the Washington Post.
“We are very pleased to offer job postings on our website and are equally pleased that we can now allow people with job openings to post them directly at AfroDaddy.” says Jordan Guy, student and contributor. “Connecting resources to the black men who need them is what The Black Man’s Survival Guide is all about.”
AfroDaddy.com is a community project website focused on providing black men (and particularly black fathers) the answers to questions about how to survive and prosper in America. The cornerstone of the website is The Black Man Survival Guide, which is divided into 6 sections (Food, Shelter, Clothing, Health, Relationships and Money), with each section contains Survival Articles, Did You Knows and Q & A related to the key survival area. In addition to the Survival Guide, the website also features articles on entrepreneurship and careers, as well as a special section that deals with issues related to black fatherhood and parenting.
For people who want to be a stand for the black community by contributing content, listing their company as a resource or becoming a member, email us at team firstname.lastname@example.org or visit the website at www.afrodaddy.com.