Better to look for laboring or other jobs - or advertise for laborers - on Craigslist using one of many Craigslist-focused apps that browse all listings, not just those for jobs.
One of the best is cPRO+, a Craigslist client from Escargot Studios L.L.C. (the "+" indicates the paid version, at $1.99 for Android and Apple, but there's also a free version). I used it to quickly pull up posts for laborers needed in the Philadelphia area for painting, construction, mold remediation, landscaping, and manufacturing. The app can be set to notify you of new listings. And you also can use it to shop or to sell stuff.
Act like an economist and study the Keynesian view of labor by picking up The General Theory of Employment, Interest, and Money, a 1939 text by John Maynard Keynes, one of the most influential and controversial economists of the last 100 years. The book comes as a $1.99 app for iPhone, and there is a similar 99-cent version for Android devices.
Full Term - Labor Contraction Timer, free for iPhone from Mustansir Golawala, who says, in describing the app, that he created it for use by his wife. Tap "Start" and "Stop" as labor contractions come and go. You can just stick to timing, or tap "Detail" to record the intensity of a contraction or make notes about it.
To get information to a health professional, tap the e-mail icon to send your contraction list, including start and end times with durations, frequency, and intensity compiled in a chart. Review testimonials swear the app is "perfect for panicked dads" and "gave me something to focus on during contractions."
Contact Reid Kanaley at firstname.lastname@example.org, 215-854-5114, or @ReidKan.