Sep 16 2007
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AlJazeeraJobs.com launches Gulf's biggest online jobs site
Dubai, September 16, 2007: AlJazeeraJobs.com today announced the launch of the Gulf's biggest jobs website with over 26,000 current live jobs and more than 1,000 new jobs being added daily.
Aimed directly at the expatriate market, AlJazeeraJobs.com delivers career opportunities to individuals seeking positions across the Gulf. Its network consists of the largest group of employers and partner recruitment agencies in the region.
The new site allows job seekers from around the world to find top-quality jobs in the Gulf at aljazeerajobs.com. Through the use of its innovative technology, AlJazeeraJobs.com maintains the biggest database of live jobs across the Gulf.
The new jobs website has been developed to provide the most comprehensive jobs search experience online. AlJazeeraJobs.com has been testing the new product to ensure best results for both job seekers and recruiters. AlJazeeraJobs.com offers job seekers a subscription-based job listings service, in addition to career management tools such as resume, networking and interview advice, salary calculators, and background checks.
"There is a huge demand for jobs in the GCC region from expatriates and, with a booming economy, employers are always searching for educated and professional personnel."
This launch is a significant step in a plan to bring AlJazeeraJobs.com's evolving technologies in search, match, personalisation and targeting to the recruitment market. Today, AlJazeeraJobs.com utilises these technologies to offer recruiters and human resource managers across the Arabian Gulf unlimited access to their candidate management service, allowing them to cherry pick high-calibre and screened candidates from all over the world.
Mohammed Abu Daoud
PO BOX 9602, DUBAI
United Arab Emirates
Tel: +971 4 3293382
Fax: +971 4 3292431
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