FourFourFourTwo has launched its first ever job search challenge, asking people to find out what happens if they quit their job.
The site has been asking users to share their own stories, and it’s offering them a prize of up to $250,000 for their best results.
The job search is the brainchild of Andrew McNeil, who founded the company in 2014.
“I’m passionate about the idea that it’s important for people to share what’s happening in their lives with the world,” Mr McNeil said.
“It’s an issue that affects so many people around the world and it affects us all.”
When we think about quitting, we think of people like me.
“We’ve all been there.
We all have people who are struggling, and that’s OK.”
That’s a good reason to share it with the community.
“As a community we can work together and solve the problem.”
The job hunt challenge was originally launched on the FourFour two website, but is now available on FourFour.com.
It is part of the site’s mission to help young people, aged between 18 and 25, get a job, or start one.
“What I wanted to do was give a voice to those people who might not be so sure about quitting their jobs, or maybe don’t know how they’re going to go about it,” Mr Meconnay said.
For those struggling with unemployment, Mr McNeill said it could be challenging to find a job.
“There are a lot of different reasons people are struggling and the reason why we’ve chosen to look at job search and to create a challenge was because we know that there’s a lot more people struggling,” he said.
In addition to offering a prize, FourFour Two has offered a variety of opportunities to participants, including job interviews and networking opportunities.
Participants have until the end of September to complete the job search.
Mr McNeil and Mr McNeils partner, Andrew Ritchie, launched the company after having no job opportunities in their careers.
“For us to be able to work together on this challenge is a really amazing opportunity to get to know each other and learn about each other,” Mr Ritchie said.