GoodLifeBarbados.com, the online destination for job listings and job postings in Florida, is one of the top 50 most popular job sites in the United States.
The site’s rankings in the US have seen it reach the top spot on several lists including Forbes’ Best Job Market and the Forbes Global 500.
But according to the latest data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics, GoodLife has lost over 50% of its value in the past six months.
In the past week alone, the site has lost more than $500 million.
The loss has been the result of the massive influx of workers who left the state and moved to other states, a trend GoodLife attributed to low wages and poor work conditions.
But GoodLife isn’t the only job-related website to lose a significant amount of its purchasing power in the last year.
There are several job-site competitors who are experiencing similar struggles.
GoodLife, in particular, has experienced significant decline in its value over the last six months, according to data provided by The National Association of Realtors (NAR).
NAR analyzed data from job listings on the site between October 2017 and August 2018 and reported that the site’s share of total listings declined from 23.6% to 22.1% between October and August.
NAR also noted that the number of jobs offered on GoodLife fell from 17,939 to 15,982 between October to August.
According to NAR, Goodlife’s loss of purchasing power has resulted in the site losing more than half of its listings over the past three months.
The site also experienced a loss in listings over a three-month period, with an increase of more than 70% during the same time frame.
“The growth of job listings, which is a huge contributor to the economy, is the primary driver for jobs lost,” said John Schmahl, vice president of public affairs and public affairs for NAR.
Despite the loss of sales and a loss of traffic, GoodLife.com remains one of one of America’s most popular online job sites.
According to the NAR data, the average search on GoodLives website is three times larger than searches for any other site.
As with other major job sites, Goodlives website was created in the 1980s, so the site had a fairly stable and well-established customer base.
According the N AR, the number-one reason for the site maintaining its current popularity is the availability of qualified and experienced employees.
A number of other online job-seekers also complain of a lack of available qualified candidates and a lack to hire experienced candidates.
One such applicant is Jason LeBlanc, a 36-year-old from Michigan.
LeBlanco has been a GoodLife employee since the company’s inception in 2010.
LeBlanc said that while he does have experience with other online jobs sites, he is still not sure why the company has been able to maintain its current ranking of number one on the job site’s homepage.
“When I first heard about GoodLife, I thought it was a great company.
Then, after looking at the other sites, I realized that they are just not good,” LeBlanche said.
“I was disappointed in the way they treated their employees.
They have no transparency, no accountability, no support for employees.
It’s a shame for the community.”
A recent survey of 3,000 job seekers by the US Bureau of Economic Analysis (BEA) showed that a large portion of job seekers were concerned about the quality of their work.
About three-quarters of the job seekers surveyed said they are less likely to be hired than others in the field.
Job seekers also reported that they had difficulty finding good candidates to fill their vacancies.
In addition to the negative job-search experiences, many job-seeker have reported problems finding quality-of-life amenities and benefits such as vacation days and medical insurance.
Employees have also reported a lack the ability to take advantage of the many benefits offered by GoodLife.
For example, the company offers health care coverage, but the cost is so high that only about one in five employees who applied for the health insurance in the previous year chose to receive the coverage.
Additionally, there is no paid vacation time.
Finally, employers have reported a number of problems with the company.
Several workers have reported that GoodLife’s online employee-help forums are very unorganized and have become a source of stress for employees, particularly on weekends.
On top of the negative experiences, GoodLive has faced criticism from disgruntled employees.
One employee, who goes by the handle @michael_baker, recently posted a video of himself berating employees for their job-seeking habits.
Another employee, also known as @M_