Baito.MyNavi.jp — the No.3 part-time jobs site Japan, in terms of traffic — has launched a career bulletin at Nalevi.MyNavi.jp to disseminate employment information dedicated to part-time workers.

The new site will also help businesses hire and manage part-time workers. It will publish employment cases and experiences, recruiting trends and hourly wage information.

The career site is owned by Tokyo-headquartered MyNavi Corp., which was founded in 1973.

TownWork.net, which is owned by Recruit Holdings, is the leading part-time jobs site in Japan. It saw 10.9 million visitors in February, according to SimilarWeb. DIP Corp.‘s Baitoru.com saw 5.8 million visits during the same month while Baito.MyNavi.jp saw 4.7 million.

LiveSense also operates a bulletin called JobsHilBiz focused on small- and medium-scale companies. Social recruiting site Wantedly uses Business Insider Japan to disseminate jobs market information.

MyNavi also operates a career-change site at Tenshoku.MyNavi.jp, a temporary dispatch service Staff.MyNavi.jp and four industry-specific job sites: Pharma.MyNavi.jp for pharmacists, Kango.MyNavi.jp  for nursing staff, MyNavi-Seizo.jp for the manufacturing industry and Athlete-Career.MyNavi.jp to connect athletes with sports businesses.

The company owns and operates a real estate platform at Chintai.MyNavi.jp. MyNavi acquired Braves Inc. — which provides job-matching services to nurses, caregivers, and pharmacists — earlier this week.

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