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A Look at What Job Search
Engines Are where They're
Headed in the Future

Job search engines refer to employment websites that are made with the particular intention of
helping people find employment or promote their careers. Quite a few such websites have been
created with a view to allowing companies to post their job requirements for positions they need
to have filled up. In addition, these websites might also offer employer reviews as well as
guidance on finding the right jobs and pursuing different professions.
The majority of job search engines will offer descriptions about tasks which have to be filled and
they will also provide information regarding the company. Anyone that's looking to find a job
can use such sites where they will need to complete job applications or submit resumes via the
Internet to the prospective employer. At present, it is believed that there are more than forty
thousand such job search engines in existence.

The habit of hunting online employment began way back in the twenties when nonprofit
organizations together with the backing of their biggest forty corporations produced a system to
help job seekers store their resumes in online databases which could be exploited by recruiters.
Later, software has been developed that has been sold to businesses who might use this software
to record their job openings via the Internet. Such software also enabled the user in managing
incoming mails that would be transmitted to them by prospective workers.
Job search engines are websites which help in promoting job searching and will range from
being quite small and niche oriented to people which are very large and all encompassing. The
bigger sites will provide job openings for various different job classes and users will be allowed
to send their resumes into those sites and these resumes may also be delivered to prospective
employers who subsequently will be permitted to post their job openings so as to attract the best
workers.
Typically, the phrase job search engine identifies any job board which has a special (search
engine design) interface. It can also indicate that the site indexes and even hunts an assortment of
websites. What's more, some of these search engines are only concerned with collecting results
from a variety of independently run occupation boards. Others are mainly involved in indexing
other and more traditional design job boards.
Naturally, a new kind has emerged in which people are charged a membership fee in order to
make use of the website. Such sites are referred to as Pay for Performance or PFP that are sites
which display various job listings and then hand chosen job openings to members based on how
well the project suits the members occupation profile.

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