Recruit.Net Launch Philippines Job Search Engine



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Recruit.net is a network of multilingual job search engines that provide job listings in countries like Australia, Canada, China, Hong Kong, India, Japan, Malaysia, New Zealand, Singapore, UK, USA and Vietnam. It is operated by Recruit.net Ltd, a Hong Kong-based company. Recruit.net provide job hunters free and easy access to millions of job listings from different companies.

The company uses a proprietory search technology that crawls the Internet and looks for job listings from different sources like corporate web sites, recruitment agencies, job boards, newspapers, classifieds, etc. Recruit.net has added another country to its list as it launched its new Philippines-based job search engine last month.

Here’s the official announcement of Recruit.net’s Philippine job search engine launch as posted on their company blog.

We are pleased to announce the launch of our new Philippines job search engine (www.recruitnet.ph) The site has over 25,000 job listings from hundreds of companies in the Philippines.

With approximately 24,000,000 internet users and only a 24% penetration of the total population, the Philippines is one of the largest and fastest growing markets in Asia.

The Philippines also boasts a highly competent and globally mobile work force that will benefit from the Recruit.net network of global job search engines.

Recruitnet.ph is a result of continued requests from our users to launch our service in the Philippines. So please please keep the feedback coming in.

As a Filipino. I’m happy with the Recruit.net’s move to open up and launch a Philippines job search engine because it provides my kababayans (fellow Filipinos) an opportunity to find more job openings/listings which would hopefully lead them to getting a job that would help them and their families.

You can check out Recruit.net’s new Philippines job search engine over at Recruitnet.ph.

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