Every day we’ll introduce you to an awesome new company or non-profit. We’ll tell you what they do, who they are, why they’re interesting, and what kind of entry level jobs and internships they offer.
We haven’t skipped a day since November 12, 2007, which means that we’ve built a database of more than 1,700 amazing employers that are hiring young talent. We’re constantly updating our company profiles with the latest job postings, so you’ll always be able to see what’s available right now.
More importantly, we’ll help you get excited about the job search again. We don’t want to just tell you about cool companies–we want to teach you how to find them on your own.
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How did a frustrated job seeker who couldn’t find a job after college build a business helping people just like him find their dream jobs? Here are some articles and interviews with founder Willy Franzen that dig into all of the details.
One Day, One Job was founded by Willy Franzen in May of 2007 and launched on November 12, 2007. He continues to run the site, which became profitable in 2009.
Willy Franzen graduated from Cornell University’s School of Industrial and Labor Relations with a BS in Industrial and Labor Relations in 2006. During his time at Cornell, Willy took a strong interest in Negotiation Theory, Labor Economics, and Human Resources Management.
He started his first Internet business at age 14 and has been fascinated by the web ever since. After dabbling in blogging during his Freshman year in college, he took some time away from web development to focus on other interests. He spent two Summers as a Human Resources Intern at the Orvis Company in Manchester, VT where he worked on analyzing Associate Surveys and redesigning the company’s performance evaluation systems. After graduating from Cornell in 2006 he took on a number of contract jobs while traveling and pursuing his passion of fly fishing. After beginning his job search, he became frustrated with the way employers presented themselves to potential applicants online. He eventually quit his job search and decided to try to change how people find jobs online.
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