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Subject: EmploymentCrossing can change your life!
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From: Harrison Barnes
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I would like to take a few minutes to tell you about something that c=
an be extremely beneficial to your career. You are literally one of the fi=
rst people I am writing to, and I really think you're going to like what I =
have to say. I am the founder and CEO of EmploymentScape, a corporation ba=
sed in Pasadena, CA. I have hundreds of employees and run several successf=
ul companies. At last count, I had 15 offices across the United States.

I want to tell you about a service that can help you change your life=
. It is that good!

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f business, attorneys all over the United States got laid off. I was worki=
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ot of effort and a lot of money. So, I started a company that monitors the=
hiring needs of every single law firm and corporation in the United States=
by manually (and using spiders) visiting every single website that is a so=
urce of legal employment listings and then posting the jobs we find on our =
own site -- at no charge to employers.

Once this site (LawCrossing.com) got started, it grew very quickly, a=
nd now the world is very different for attorneys looking for new positions.=
LawCrossing was ranked 72nd on the 2007 Inc. 500 list of the fastest grow=
ing companies in the US, and at present, there are more than 80,000 legal j=
obs on the site. Soon I started EmploymentCrossing<
/a>, built along the same lines as LawCrossing, and presently I have more t=
han 100-plus profession-specific sites under the EmploymentCrossing umbrell=

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nnovation that far surpasses every other job-search tool on the Internet. =
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, and I sincerely hope you will tell others once you have visited th=
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ll the best.

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To your success,

Harrison Barnes

CEO, EmploymentCrossing

PS: In this
short video, I explain how Emp
loymentCrossing works for you to help you get that perfect job.

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th other job sites.