Computrabajo Mexico is the leading job site in Mexico. It is the most visited job site in Mexico.
CompuTrabajo acts as a connector between people and companies. Through the site, companies look for candidates for their jobs, and people apply to the offers by sending their CVs. To access the offers published in CompuTrabajo you only need to register and enter your CV through the form that we put at your disposal.
Currently, the network of Computrabajo.com has 280 million page views and more than 36 million monthly visitors.
Jobboard Finder’s opinion
Computrabajo is the #1 generalist job board in Mexico. The platform offers a wide range of job ads, regularly updated, for job seekers. The design of the website is rather simple and easy to use.
Searching in the database can be complicated because of the high number of categories when proceeding to an advanced search. It is necessary to create an account to apply for any of the jobs, which is a bit irritating.
A translation of the website into English would be appreciated by all international jobseekers and employers willing to do business in Mexico.
Additional job board information
The job you are looking for is at CompuTrabajo Mexico :
- Postulate to the best offers
- Be visible to thousands of companies
- Receive bids suitable to your profile
- Follow the status of your applications
- Compare with other subscribers
Computrabajo.com is also present in Bolivia, Cuba, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, Panama, Paraguay, Puerto Rico, Uruguay and Venezuela.
Post a job
Do you need more information? Do you want to get a proposal?
Click here to get a proposal
Find out what JobboardFinder users think about this job board.
Leave your own opinion in a comment to guide other recruiters and jobseekers for their choice.
Do you know Computrabajo?Share your opinion on this site
1 review sorted by date
This user has not commented his / her review.
These articles mention this job board and/or the target country
How to recruit in Mexico?
Recruiters may be a little timid when launching into the market after having watched any genre of film that takes place in Mexico. But they should ...