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Is Xing’s regional focus a weakness?

Is Xing’s regional focus a weakness?

Xing, the business network operating in DACH (Germany, Austria and Switzerland), announced recently it reached an all-time high of 14 million members and one million premium (paying) members. It outstrips direct competitor LinkedIn, with its 11 million regional members, but Xing has a weak spot: most members are based only in DACH. Jost Schatzmann (Xing profile), VP for product at Xing E-Recruiting, spoke today at...

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Indeed feeds API’s new jobs site

Indeed feeds API’s new jobs site

The biggest U.S. trade association for the oil and gas industry The American Petroleum Institute (API) recently announced a partnership with global jobs search engine Indeed.com. The aggregator will feed API's new jobs and resource site Oilgasworkforce.com.


Indeed Resume turns subscription-based

Indeed Resume turns subscription-based

As promised last December, Indeed Resume is now available for subscriptions for employers and recruiters; giving them an access to the contact details of up to 100 job-seekers a month.


Adzuna wins UK government contract

Adzuna wins UK government contract

Recruitment classified Adzuna.co.uk has won the contract to run British government’s job search platform, Universal Jobmatch. Adzuna was chosen in a competitive procurement process run by the U.K. Department of Work and Pensions (DWP). It will be providing the new service from the second quarter of 2018. Adzuna will be at the heart of the UK government’s recruitment efforts, connecting millions of job-seekers with thousands...

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Randstad Q4 revenue flat; Monster down 15%

Similarly to the previous quarter, Q4 of FY2017 brought only 1 percent revenue growth for Randstad North America — with flat growth in US and 10 percent revenue increase in Canada — yet revenue in Europe grew by 11 percent, according to financial results. Randstad (RAND: NV) is an Amsterdam-based staffing company that owns jobs site Monster. Within Europe, the highest growth was recorded in...

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Indeed introduces Hiring Insights service

Indeed introduces Hiring Insights service

Global jobs search engine Indeed.com has empowered recruiters to independently assess job market and candidate data for specific job categories, through its data analytical service: Hiring Insights. Available for Indeed’s featured employers, the Hiring Insights service consists of two reports, according to the site’s blog. Insights can be accessed through Indeed Analytics. Through the Market Insights report, a recruiter can get an idea of demand for a...

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Indeed to turn partly subscription-based in 2018

Indeed to turn partly subscription-based in 2018

Indeed Resume, which houses the world’s largest database of resumes (more than 100 million), will adopt a subscription-based model by the turn of the year and say goodbye to its current, pay-per-contact model.


Monster UK launches new app for job search

Monster UK launches new app for job search

Monster.co.uk, a leading U.K. recruitment site, launched a new job search app, designed to make it easier for both employers and candidates to “make a perfect match” on mobile. The app was created by Jobr, the San Francisco-based recruitment app start-up Monster bought some 18 months ago. The new job search app enables the user to create a profile using social media, or by uploading a CV from...

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New report ranks top 5 job boards

New report ranks top 5 job boards

Recruit Holdings tops Staffing Industry Analysts’ Job Board Market Report: 2017 Update. The Tokyo-based recruitment powerhouse, which owns industry leader Indeed, as well as Rikunabi and Hatalike in Japan, holds 26.7 percent of the job board market worldwide, with total revenue of $3.3 billion. Coming in second place is LinkedIn, which has a 19 percent market share and revenue of $2.36 billion, according to the...

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