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Recruiting via the Web


The business of matching jobs and people underwent a revolution when the first recruitment site,, came up on the Internet a few years ago.

For the first time, companies could look for qualified candidates all round the world, if they wished. And job-seekers could search out opportunities world-wide in a matter of hours from the comfort of home.

In the early days, though, online search and listing was an expensive and still complex business. Now that is changing, with an increasing number of sites that are affordable, easy to use and better targeted.

SearchCorp’s site,, is quoted in a recent article in Business Wire as an example of the new breed, creating better value for both sides of the search process. It provides world-wide recruitment services for major US and international companies, and has strategic alliances with several leading educational providers.

It costs a company less than $40 to post a vacancy, and that gives unlimited free searches through the data bank of CVs. And with increasing technological sophistication, when a job is posted that matches the criteria listed by an applicant the site automatically generates an e-mail notification to the job-seeker. There’s also a Virtual Careers Fair, where candidates can apply for vacancies directly online, and an area called Job Files where employers and applicants can operate in secure confidentiality.

To find out more about Internet recruiting strategies, visit the company’s main site at


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