Computrabajo Bolivia is one of the leading job board where you find the job of your dream or to recruit talents in Latin americas area.
Here you find the best human talent. Thousands of companies like yours have already been successful hiring the best professionals through CompuTrabajo.
CompuTrabajo is a job bank where companies post their job offers and candidates interested in posting to these vacancies send their CVs directly to companies. CompuTrabajo does not interfere at any time in the selection process of the candidates.
Jobboard Finder’s opinion
Summary: Founded in 1999, Computrabajo comes from Edimbourg in Scottland, but was later bought by Red Arbor after 2013, and it is one of the most popular job boards in the Latin American region. However, the Bolivian version does not attract the same attention as the others. Poor visibility and yet they have 199 253 Facebook followers and 10 800 on Twitter (because it’s the Twitter page for all the different Computrabajo). Bolivia is not featured as one of their portals which could indicate that it isn’t very successful.
Design: The backdrop is professional (an empty white office space) and they feature their services. You can choose to use the search engine (keywords and location) or look up jobs from a list of categories at the bottom of the page. There are many filters (the publication date, the salary, the type of contract, the type of hours, handicap friendly, the category, the region, the city) and the number of openings in brackets. Furthermore, you can sort the job offers by relevance, by date or by the salary. Each one displays the job title, the company name, a rating (if the company has one), the location, a logo and the publication date. The company pages are relatively empty, and the job offers are rather standardized (including a description and requirements, an “about the company” section, ratings, the salary compared to other companies and information about the interview process). Similar jobs are listed below each job offer.
The job board objective: Computrabajo helps Bolivians find jobs and courses to ensure they end up in the right profession.
Recruiter observations: You need to write to the website to create an account. Later, if they cannot check your information, they do not validate your account.
Jobseeker observations: To create an account, you need to have a desired profession. They ask you for your marital status, nationality, desired salary and whether you are willing to relocate (among other things) and you cannot apply to job offers until all the information has been filled out. On the dashboard, they recommend courses and jobs. You can look up companies (with the top rated ones at the top of the list).
The job offers: Job offers can be urgent or recommended. There are currently 250 job offers on the website. All of the job offers are at least a week old, but there are far more than last year. Telecommunications is the most popular category, followed by sales.
Reactivity: They were unhelpful, and verging on rude.
Special features: Job offer ratings; company verification stamps; job alerts.
Verdict: Despite the trouble you might face when creating an account, Computrabajo is ultimately easier to use than some of the other Latin American job boards, and more reliable. However, in Bolivia, the website has basically been abandoned.
Bolivia recruitment market status
Economy of Bolivia is the 95th largest economy in the world but one of the poorer countries in Latin America with high inequality in income. Employment regulations are very rigid and not conducive to productivity growth.
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