Wednesday, April 16, 2008

Indeed, the most comprehensive search engine for jobs, announced the launch of Job Search by Salary

What Company Is Offering:
Indeed, the most comprehensive search engine for jobs, pioneered a radically improved approach to job search. Indeed has given job seekers free access - instantly, in a single search - to millions of jobs from thousands of company websites, job boards, newspapers, blogs and associations. Indeed makes it easy for job seekers to drill down by keyword, location - and now salary - to find exactly the right jobs. With millions of job seekers and over a hundred million job searches per month, Indeed is by far the leading vertical search engine for jobs. Indeed was selected by Time magazine as one of the Top 10 Websites in 2007 and by PC World as one of the Best 50 Websites. Indeed won a 2008 Weddle’s Users’ Choice Award and was named the Best Job Search Engine by

Recent Updates:
Indeed, the most comprehensive search engine for jobs, announced today the launch of Job Search by Salary. This unique feature enables job seekers to find all jobs meeting their salary needs - even when salaries are not advertised by employers. The vast majority of job listings don't include salaries, so Indeed estimates the salaries of millions of such jobs. Job seekers have never been able to search all jobs by salary until now.

Indeed's proprietary methodology to estimate salaries is based on an analysis of similar job listings that include salaries. Indeed extracts salaries from all job listings containing this information - about a fifth of the total – and then estimates salaries for the rest. When actual salaries are advertised, they are shown in the search results.

Job seekers can enter any annual salary into the search box on Indeed, returning all jobs estimated to pay at least that much. They can also set up an email job alert to be notified when jobs matching their salary requirements are found. A job seeker looking for a marketing management position paying over $60,000 per year, for example, can search 'Marketing Manager $60k' which returns over seventy thousand jobs nationwide.


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