Get The Jobs Your Skills Deserve With No Hidden Charges From The JobbHopp App If you're a tradesperson looking for a way to find consistent, well-paid work that can help you build your business, download the new JobbHopp app today! The new app provides a forum for customers to request job services from an extensive pool of approved workers or 'hoppers', providing you with a way to generate new business. The launch gives prospective customers access to your profile which details your skillsets, ratings, experience and reviews to ensure they can make an informed choice and find the professionals best suited to their needs. Tired of agencies and job sites that charge hidden fees? JobbHopp's transparent commission system gives you a way to include tax and transaction charges as part of your client bids. You can navigate and browse the app and its hundreds of employment opportunities without charge. A 6% commission is only payable once a transaction is complete. The new JobbHopp app is compatible with both Apple and Android devices and can be downloaded from the App Store or from the Google Play platform. While larger firms normally take the lion's share of available custom, smaller businesses and sole traders are often left struggling to source and compete for appropriate jobs. JobbHopp provides a consistent way for you to be discovered by the those who need your skills. JobbHopp ensure all parties are protected by a contract for the duration of services agreed, with customers able to track a JobbHopp worker to their desired destination, providing assurance of reliability and peace of mind for clients. The app provides employment opportunities for a wide range of sectors, including graphic design, carpentry, joinery, childcare and photography among many others. JobbHopp's streamlined interface features an explore page to find jobs and clients, a profile page for your information, a 'create a job' section for customers seeking tradespeople, a price guide function and a reviews page. Robert Prendimano Jr conceived JobbHopp with the help of his younger brother, an electrical engineer, who knew firsthand the difficulties of finding consistent and fairly paid job opportunities. Go to jobbhopp.com to find out more.