recruit.net is the google of job search – millions of jobs – itsReal

A recent conversation with a well known Singapore blogger opened my eyes to a little known fact and that is, even though Recruit.net is well known for giving away a free iPhone, there still appears to be some confusion amongst many about what recruit.net really is about, and that the simplest way of explaining recruit.net is that it is the google of job search….

……Every day thousands of companies are posting new job openings on the internet.

How do you find them all? Do you have the time to search all the different web sites for that special job?

Recruit.net is an award winning job search engine that searches and discovers new job postings for you. You have free and instant access to millions of jobs from thousands of companies with one simple search.

Recruit.net search technology crawls the internet to find job listings from corporate web sites, job boards, recruitment agencies, newspapers, classifieds, associations and more.

Recruit.net does the work, so you don’t have to.

Millions of jobs, Thousands of companies, One search.
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Recruit.net operates an international network of job search engines that covers Australia, China, India, Japan, Malaysia, New Zealand, Singapore and Hong Kong.

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Filed under andrew peters, aplink, job search, jobs, marketing, PR, Public Relations, recruit.net, recruitment, search, search engines

2 responses to “recruit.net is the google of job search – millions of jobs – itsReal

  1. Another place to find jobs is joblistingstoday.

  2. Since the start of this year we have seen a huge increase in the number of temporary jobs coming through. We are still seeing significant volumes of catering, secretarial and admin roles as usual, but the number of temping jobs requiring specific qualifications has shot up. It seems companies are trying to minimise their financial risk by employing qualified individuals on fixed-term contracts.

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