Global second-tier jobs site Recruit.net has introduced a new AI-powered search engine for work-from-home jobs at Remote.Recruit.net.
Hong Kong-based Recruit.net says it delivers listings from companies’ websites, job boards, recruitment agencies and other sources and operates job sites in 18 countries in 16 languages. Recruit.net is unrelated to Recruit Holdings Co. Ltd., which owns Indeed and Glassdoor, the world’s two leading recruitment sites, and dozens of other recruitment-related sites and companies.
Remote.recruit.net is a global site dedicated to jobs that can be done remotely. Currently, the job vertical lists 1.2 million work-from-home jobs in various categories, including customer support, developments, copy writing translation and programming, according to founder and CEO Maneck Mohan.
“Our machine learning matching engine is around 91% accurate at the moment, so there will be false positives,” Mohan wrote in a LinkedIn post. “However, we ask our users to answer two questions when they apply, so with over 1 million new remote jobs processed daily and a good feedback loop our deep learning engine is getting progressively smarter every day.”
Founded in 2007, Recruit.net has 12 team members based in Hong Kong, Vietnam, Philippines, India, Bulgaria, Venezuela, and the U.K., Mohan told us.
According to Crunchbase, Recruit.net raised $800,000 U.S. in a seed funding round.