Trabajos.com is one of the leading Spanish Job Board. With more than 25 years of experience, we have become a fundamental reference in online recruitment, positioning ourselves as leaders in Blue Collar jobs.. With more than 90.000 companies and 10.500.000 applicants that rely on us to make their recruitment processes and seek employment through our job offers and training programs.
Since its inception in 1996, Trabajos.com has become in an essential reference in the Labor Market on Internet.
In 2003 we launched an exclusive channel of training courses offered by our partners in order to strength the match between users and Universities and Schools with a clear objective: To provide the necessary tools for achieve a professional growth.
Besides, Trabajos.com has a mobile version as well as APPS for Android and iOS smartphones.
Of course, we are also in social network with more tan 200K followers
Winners of The Most Popular Website for 4 years in a row
Jobboard Finder’s opinion
Trabajos.com is not the leading job site in Spain, however according to SimilarWeb it is ranked as the 14th most visited website is the jobs and employment section in Spain. Job offers are varied and not published by only recruitment agencies. The website is clear although a lit bit sad where job offers are displayed because there are no logos. The website has a very stable audience.
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- Adwords Campaigns
- Recruitment Fairs
- Emailmarketing Campaigns
- Offline media playing: Radio - Print
- Marketing Automation
- Programmatic Marketing
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