Careerjet Japan and Asia is the online job search engine with the widest presence worldwide, sourcing over 40 million job ads from more than 70 thousands quality websites from all over the world. With over 90 localised websites, in 28 major languages, Careerjet Asia gives job seekers direct access to an extensive database of jobs, targeted to their needs, in just one straight forward search.
Careerjet is still expanding through its three brands: Careerjet (worldwide), Opcionempleo (Spanish language markets) and Optioncarriere (French language markets).
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Careerjet Japan gives job seekers direct access to an extensive database of jobs in one straight forward search. Launched in 2001, the job search engine is still expanding through its brands: Careerjet (worldwide), Opcionempleo (Spanish markets) and Optioncarriere (French markets). Careerjet’s listing service operates on a price per click fee basis. The website is basic yet easy to use. Traffic has been consistent from December to March 2015, fluctuating between 290,000 and 380,000 estimated monthly visits, but then started to decrease in April 2015.
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The online search engine for jobs Careerjet has just launched an application for iPhone and Android. The application is localised in more than 15 major languages and available now for free.
Careerjet's international network of job search engines index employment opportunities in over 50 countries, whose interfaces and job listings are native to each country's site.
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