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February 4, 2008: Juju Job Search Engine
Juju is a meta-search job site searches the top 250 American, 60 British, and 110 English- and French-Canadian employer career centers and major job boards in parallel and in real time. Job-seekers can s earch for jobs by keywords, job category, job listing currency, and location.
Juju, built on the foundations of the first job search engine on the web that was launched in 1998, it was re-launched under the Juju brand in January 2006 with new technology, a new interface, a new team, and a philosophy to make the job search easier. “We think that traditional online job-search methods take too much time and make it difficult for job seekers to find a comprehensive set of relevant jobs,” the Juju web site says, “so we strive to create tools that make web-based job listings more accessible and our search results more relevant. Our job-search engine provides quick access to jobs found on thousands of employer websites and job boards all around the web and offers features that will help you find the jobs you’re looking for more efficiently.”
No cost to job-seekers.
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