New Startup Mylittlejob

Untapped student potential reached the Hamburg-based startup company now through mylittlejob making business by students for students developed mylittlejob a new interface between companies and students. While the company can quickly access a pool of portal members, have students who take opportunity qualification-oriented jobs. Especially micro jobs, small tasks can run quickly and flexibly through the platform of students. After a successful completion of the necessary concerning the recruitment of young professionals young part of the international academic workforce is. Registered companies can rely on this new workforce flexible and easy. Mylittlejob offers assistance in the selection of the students suitable for the selected job its customers for it. The application process is eliminated in this way for both sides.

The payment processing is done via mylittlejob and the amount of paid out compensation to the students is by the company set yourself. The entrepreneurial satisfaction guaranteed a rating system and a money-back guarantee to an inadequate performance. On the students page makes the free schedule and working from home in an appropriate working basis for (the Bologna-gebeutelten) students. The founders wanted to develop a platform providing the students an alternative to the usual and often no qualification just part-time jobs. Because these jobs are still financially much-needed basis for funding their education for many young people. Co-founder Marlon Litz Rosenzweig explains: students can more than football. You will learn in studying how structured thinking, analyzed statistics and writes lyrics. These capabilities should put them in the side job.” The resulting mylittlejob value with low overhead may make the labour market for both sides more open and more dynamic. The new allocation of very small units of work to external bodies and the possibility of continuous, but flexible to earn money, businesses and students can bring closer together. Football on that in the future of fewer students and more with smart money.

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