Why also use a portal to look for a job?

People who know us and follow our blog know that we are constructively "critical" of job ads. We know what’s behind them and how the sector deals with common people who are approaching the labour market for the first time or a long time after their first time!

We therefore have and convey realistic expectations.

Having said that, every now and again we do see some positive signs with regard to job ads. Maybe not for people who are too "senior" or too "executive", but why not?

So we thought about suggesting a portal that is still not very well known or used in Italy called Jooble. 

What is Jooble?

Jooble is a – vertical - portal for job searches that was created to help people find their dream job!

Jooble is an excellent resource for finding up-to-date job offers. You can expect to find lots of job offers for the Italian market through Jooble. This is not because Jooble is "the largest job site in Italy", or "a leading resource for job searches in the world " or anything like this. It’s due to how Jooble works. Jooble is
different from other search engines because it does not add all information to
its database, but rather compares and selects this information.

When a candidate makes a search with Jooble, they get the links to job ads from more than 300 different job sites all over Italy tha t are most relevant to their specific search parameters.

Why a new portal?

We asked the people behind Jooble this question:

We created Jooble to save time and energy of both job seekers and employers, enabling people to find the desired job from a single query. The variety of tools and filters in our advanced search can satisfy even the most demanding “gourmets”. Our team is constantly working in order to make a job search as simple and convenient as possible. Jooble is being fine-tuned on a regular basis, as we add new services and features. We are always open to new ideas and suggestions how to improve Jooble. However, as it says: “A picture paints a thousand words”. So better, try using Jooble instead of reading about it! Have a great Jooble experience!

– Jooble's team
About the author
Cristina Gianotti
For more than fifteen years Cristina Gianotti has been working in Coaching - Career, Executive and Business Coaching – supporting managers, professionals and entrepreneurs that are interested in investing in themselves and their own professional development. She comes from a management consulting, management and entrepreneurial background. In 2016 she published her fisrt book "E' facile cambiare lavoro se sai come fare" (It is easy to change job if knowing how) with bookabook. In 2018 the second one "Connecting Dots: il networking questo sconosciuto" (Connetting dots: the unknow professional networking").

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