The website was founded in May 2013, by recruitment consultant and interview coach Matthew Chulaw. Matthew is a founder of Interview Penguin, one of the leading portals in job interview niche.
From 2013 to 2015, he joined forces with other recruiters and interview coaches, starting more than a dozen small websites, each of them specializing in a particular job field (teaching, pharmacy, management, desktop support, etc).
This website aim to help job seekers to get a job of desktop support technician, DS specialist, or DS assistant. It has helped more than 90,000 people to date. See numbers and screenshots below.
- We have welcomed job seekers from more than 180 different countries, leading by US, India, UK, South Africa, and Canada
- We have received traffic from 285 different traffic sources, led by Google, Yahoo, Bing, and YouTube.
More about the author
Matthew ran a successful recruitment consultancy New Generation Recruitment, established back in 2008. IRBIS, IBM, Orange Eemployment, Siemens, O’Donnel Griffin belonged to his clients, together with other smaller companies from different parts of the world.
He would probably still work in the field of recruitment, leading interviews and consulting employers, if Iranian security police didn’t arrest him in Tehran on 23rd August 2012, while he was working on one of his recruitment projects in the country. Iranian authorities accused Matthew of spying for the CIA. He spent six months in notorious Evin Prison, facing harsh conditions of solitary confinement and a possibility of a death sentence.
Iranians eventually released him in February 2013, but after what had happened to him in Iran, he could not return to recruitment anymore. He turns his interest online, helping the job seekers instead of the employers.
In the following years he joined forces with other recruiters and interview coaches, and established both small and big websites in the career niche. Matthew still occasionally consults employers and participates in the interviews, but he focuses mostly on his online projects, speaking assignments, and writing career.
* Matthew Chullaw is a pseudonym which the author uses to distinguish his interview coaching career from the rest of his activities, and to protect his privacy.