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Have You Ever Taken The Wrong Job?

Have You Ever Taken The Wrong Job?

The Your Opinions network is proud to announce the launch of its where2work website –

The where2work website is an invaluable resource for jobseekers as it profiles many of New Zealand’s best known organisations. But most importantly it incorporates insider’s opinions on what it is really like to work for that organisation.

Nick Cox, founder of the Your Opinions network says that “No longer will you have to rely on an organisation’s website or the interview panel to gain an insight into what it is really like to work for an organisation”.

“If only where2work was around when I last changed jobs, I wouldn’t have made such a bad decision” states a founding member of Your Opinions.

Organisations can also benefit in partnering with where2work by promoting themselves to an avid audience of jobseekers.

Your Opinions provides a portal where visitors can read and share opinions on hot topics, death matches and even start their own topic in the open forum. Our aim is to open up some interesting and maybe even controversial debate on a wide range of topics.

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