A new website, Wayfair, aims to help people find jobs in Kentucky.
The website lets people sign up for jobs with companies and can be used by anyone looking for a job.
The company also helps people with income management, and offers online banking and a financial advisor.
A spokesperson said it was a collaboration between Wayfair and the government, which paid for the development of the website.
It has been available since January.
Wayfair CEO John Ewing said the site was aimed at job seekers and had been developed in collaboration with the Kentucky Department of Labor and Industry.
“We know how important it is for people to have access to the workforce,” he said.
“The site has a very clear focus on helping people to apply for jobs.”
He said the company had been able to use some of its technology from its online banking partnership with the state government.
“Wayfair is proud to be working with the Department of Finance to offer a free and easy way for Kentucky businesses to connect with qualified people looking for work,” Mr Ewing added.
“Through the state’s online workforce management portal, we are able to connect employers and job seekers with people who can help them hire, train and support their employees.”
Work with Kentucky’s unemployment website The website was launched with the help of the state Employment Services Agency.
Mr Ewings said Wayfair had developed a collaboration with Kentucky Department for Workforce Development, which provided financial support for the site.
“It was very important that we use a state-run platform and partner with the right agency to ensure we could have a strong and transparent experience across all aspects of the site,” Mr Elwing said.
The site has about 200 job listings, with one job being posted every 30 seconds.
It shows what job opportunities are available and what the average pay is, as well as providing tips on how to get a job that will keep people employed.
“This site is the first one that we have seen that has been able and implemented on a state level to help job seekers find employment,” Mr Egwood said.
It will be updated weekly.