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shouldhireme.com

Targeted recruitment subdomains
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If I'm in the market for a job, I want the right one. Put my CV at "ibm.shouldhireme.com", or "akamai.shouldhireme.com" - pay for the privilege, and "shouldhireme" act as an agency which then sends targeted ticklers to the companies you want.
ing, Sep 08 2000

shouldhireme.com http://www.whois.ne...i2?str=shouldhireme
Good idea. Grab the domain now, register it, get the VCs involved, get a few big employers involved, put in 6 months of hard work, go public, quit with $25m in the bank. [hippo]

Monsterboard, The International Career site http://www.monsterboard.nl
Baked. [hippo, Sep 08 2000, last modified Oct 21 2004]

Monsterboard, The International Career site http://www.monsterboard.nl
Baked. [enveekaa, Sep 08 2000, last modified Oct 04 2004]

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       Picking the company you want to work for is a nice twist. I mean, would you rather hire some slacker who doesn't give a care about your firm, or someone who actually WANTS to work for you?
koz, Sep 14 2000
  

       monster.com (whose Dutch branch [enveekaa] links to) seems to be a straightforward full-service job hunt site with searches in both directions, but not the targeted approach that [ing] suggests. Can you be a bit more specific about what exactly is baked here?   

       Unrelatedly - If I were looking for a job and knew which job I wanted, I'd just go and ask. I don't quite understand why on earth I'd want to involve an intermediary, much less a paid one.
jutta, Sep 15 2000
  
      
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