Indeed.com - Searching the Job Market

Dec 20, 2004 - 2:12 pm 15 by

I have asked Paul Forster to provide a summary of a new search vertical for the job market named, Indeed.com.

Indeed is a search engine for jobs; a window to search all jobs on the web. Indeed enables you to search millions of jobs across all career fields - jobs that are listed on job boards, newspaper sites, and niche sites. In one simple search, you can find the very latest job listings throughout the web. You may save your searches and have jobs delivered to you by email alert or RSS. For example, here are results for a Search Engine Marketing job search.

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Indeed's unique technology combines a simple interface, precision search and comprehensive coverage. Launched in November, 2004, Indeed.com is currently in Beta. The founders of the company, Paul Forster and Rony Kahan, also founded the leading finance job site, Jobsinthemoney, in 1998. Having run Jobsinthemoney for six years, they are applying their knowledge and experience to Indeed. They aim to change the way people search for jobs; to make job searching much easier, faster and more accurate.

 

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