• The history of innovation in recruitment technology and services Crunch Network

    The history of innovation in recruitment technology and services

    2016 is a watershed moment for the recruitment industry. LinkedIn and Monster are being acquired, and CareerBuilder is for sale — three of the highest-profile tech companies in the space. Microsoft is making a grand entrance, while cashed-up incumbents watch closely from the sidelines. The ripples will span the entire industry. How will it impact you? Read More

  • Japan’s Recruit Co. Acquires To Extend Jobs Reach From US To Asia

    Japan’s Recruit Co. Acquires To Extend Jobs Reach From US To Asia

    Amid all the recent brouhaha over why Craigslist has failed to improve for so long (in part leading to frustrated developers building things) the entire classifieds market continues to chug along in its various guises. One of those is the more formal recruitment industry – and today Recruit Co. Ltd, a provider of HR and information services based in Japan, has acquired, a… Read More

  • Lets Employers Interview Potential Temp Hires With Browser Based Video Chat, a New York City startup that matches temporary job seekers and freelancers with prospective gigs and employers online, unveiled two new features and partnerships on Tuesday with Trufina and Tinychat. Co-founded by Brooke and Lynn Dixon (Left to right, in image below), has been in pre-revenue, beta mode since September 2010. The bootstrapped company’s newest site… Read More

  • Indeed Slips Past Monster, Now Largest Job Site By Unique Visitors

    Indeed Slips Past Monster, Now Largest Job Site By Unique Visitors

    In October, Job search engine slipped past to become the largest job site in the U.S. According to comScore, 12.3 million people visited Indeed in October, up 19.6 percent. attracted 12.1 million people, and came in third with 11.3 million job seekers. It is still pretty close, with Indeed just barely edging out Monster. But this could… Read More

  • Indeed Now Gets The Most Pageviews For Job Searches In The U.S.

    With the unemployment rate still above 9 percent, a lot of people are hitting the job boards. One set of companies that are growing under these conditions, at least in terms of Website traffic, are the job search engines. But the one that seems to be growing the fastest is Indeed. In July, Monster’s job search engine was up 33 percent in U.S. pageviews, CareerBuilders’ was up… Read More

  • The Best And Worst Cities To Look For A Job

    The unemployment rate in the U.S. was still 9.4 percent in July, but some cities are better than others to look for a job. Of the top 50 metro areas, Washington, D.C., is the easiest for unemployed workers to find a job, while Detroit is the hardest, according to a new Job Market Competition index put together by job search engine Indeed. The index ranks cities based on how many unemployed… Read More

  • Indeed's New Industry Trends Point To Where The Jobs Are

    Tech layoffs may have hit 300,000 since the financial crisis began, but there are at least 395,629 job openings in information technology, enough to re-employ all of those now out of work. Job search engine Indeed this morning launched a new Industry Trends page filled with stats on job openings in the U.S. across major industries. Although there are more job openings in IT than in any… Read More

  • Indeed Now Lets You Search for Jobs by Salary

    Salary is one of the most important criteria when hunting for a job. Unfortunately, finding compensation information amid the countless job postings online can be a daunting task, and few employment sites have done anything to make this easier. To remedy this problem, leading job-aggregator Indeed has released a unique feature that will allow users to narrow their job search results by salary. Read More

  • SimplyHired's Traffic Soars: But Is It Real?

    For those of us who pay attention to these things, the recent rise in SimplyHired’s traffic on Compete and Alexa was noteworthy. Since April, both services show a dramatic rise in traffic – see chart to right, click for larger view). And more importantly, they show SimplyHired overtaking competitor Indeed, even though they have historically trailed them in reach and… Read More

  • Online Job Hunt 10 Years Later – Still Sucks

    NYC-based, a niche search engine, has announced a partnership to power Mamma Careers. I’ll be the first to admit, this specific instance isn’t big news, but they are on a partnering spree, alongside their primary competitor, SimplyHired. SimplyHired powers MySpace Jobs, as well as LinkedIn Jobs (to name a couple). Both Indeed and SimplyHired are securing as many… Read More

  • Indeed's Launches IM Interface

    Check this out: add “IndeedJobs” as a friend on Google Talk and say “hello”. You’ll get a nice (and fast) interface to the Indeed job search engine. Nice tool. Read More

  • Update – Indeed (Raised Money)

    Company: Indeed
    Previous Profile: August 4, 2005
    Location: Stamford CT Indeed raised $5 million from the New York Times, Union Square Ventres and Allen & Company. This comes on the heals of Simply Hired’s $3m raise last week (Profile). Congratulations Indeed! The money aside, a strategic partnership with the NYT is absolutely tremendous. Having access to Union Square Ventures… Read More

  • Profile – Indeed

    Company: Indeed
    Launched: March 30, 2005
    Location: Stamford CT What is it? Indeed is not a newly launched site, but the job space seems to be heating up and so we are going to profile a number of web 2.0 jobs-related sites and services in the coming week. Upcoming profiles include simply hired, Yorz, Glendor Showcase and others. At its core, Indeed is a vertical search engine for jobs. It has… Read More