London-based job search engine WhatJobs.com has entered Japanese market, its sales director Europe Lauren Yates announced in a LinkedIn post.

“With our brand-new Japanese website, we’re here to bridge connections and unlock opportunities from Hokkaido to Okinawa,” wrote Yates. The new site can be viewed here.

WhatJobs has a subscription-based model. It launched in 2019 and is now live in more than 60 countries with offices in the U.K., Ireland and India.

In June 2021, WhatJobs revealed its plan to cover 110 countries by the end of 2022. At that time, it was active in 38 markets.

Japan has home turf of Recruit Holdings, the parent company of the world’s leading job site Indeed.com, and houses a number of general and niche recruitment marketplaces and job boards.

Yates added WhatJobs offers bespoke services designed to suit its client’s business needs, “ensuring you find the perfect match. Our vast network introduces you to skilled professionals who are eager to contribute to your company’s success.”

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