If you have been looking for a new job, you know that the online job marketplace has become quite hectic and crowded. With tons of different job boards, all claiming to be the best on the market and to offer you the perfect new job, how can you know which one is right for you? The short answer is – you can’t. The truth is that most of these platforms have their pros and cons, and not a single one of them can be identified as the true leader.
What does this entail for the jobseekers out there? They are forced to use multiple platforms for the job hunt, create separate accounts, profiles and resumes on all of them, cross-monitor these constantly, all in the hope of identifying the perfect job position and applying for it. In a sense, job hunting has turned into a job, in and of itself. Unfortunately, most of the time, this is a job that offers no payoff. This frustrating experience leads many to look for alternative ways, such as peer recommendations, or to give up altogether.
But does it have to be that complicated? In the era when “less is more,” isn’t there a simpler, more efficient way to search for your new job? You bet there is – the vertical search engine, which is the next level in job search. Vertical Job Search Engines, also known as job aggregators, work exactly like Google, but they exclusively search for job listings and ads, all over the internet.
Arguably the best vertical job search engine – Jooble – does exactly that. It collects and aggregates job vacancies from company websites, recruitment agencies, job boards, newspapers etc. from all over the world – all to make it easier and faster for the job prospector to find what he or she is looking for. The efficiency of Jooble is proven by its popularity – around 90 million candidates per month, on average. As of writing this article, Jooble BR alone offers more than 400 thousand jobs, from over 23 thousand websites, Jooble US has more than 800 thousand jobs. On top of that, add the fact that Jooble offers job vacancies from 71 different countries.
After you enter a keyword for the type of job that interests you and an approximate location, you can further filter the search by date, salary, work experience, distance from you and type of employment (part time, full time or freelancing). In short, Jooble does all the searching for you, albeit much faster and more efficiently. You don’t even need to create a profile in order to search. And the best part is – Jooble is completely free to use. The website’s monetization scheme involves job boards and online advertising, but never the the job seeker.
Now, the next logical question is – do all these vacancies lead to actual jobs? What is your chance to actually get hired? Again, the statistics speak for themselves – over half a million candidates successfully find jobs and get hired, each month. In any case, with Jooble making the job search so simple and intuitive, it is certainly worth a try.
So, take my advice, go ahead and give Jooble a try, and good luck on your next job hunt!