1, 2014 @ 3:25 pm Social News Having already women gotten down the whole matchmaking thing for dating, eHarmony is now applying its skills to a new field: careers. According to MarketWatch , eHarmony is getting ready to roll out a new service calledElevated Careers by eHarmony” this December. The site will match job seekers up with employers with the goal being to find its users long-term positions that actually suit meet women them. The Bureau of Labor Statistics claims that the typical American employee only lasts 4.6 years at a job, and eHarmony wants to lengthen that average. The company has been working on a solution for the last three years, according to itsfounder and CEO Neil Clark Warren. A 2012 survey by Harris Interactive found that eHarmony had led to 600,000 marriages since starting in 2000, with a divorce rate of 3.8%. And now Warren wants to spread those kinds of positive results into the career world. If we can do that for jobs, we will save companies enormous amounts of money, and save the person a lot of strain and stress, too, Warren told MarketWatch. And not only that, but job stress can often carry over into family life adding tension to a relationship.
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