Beijing, Beijing China (PressExposure) March 08, 2007 -- Meijob.com, a new China job search engine, was officially launched yesterday, after running in beta mode since October 2006. Meijob.com's job crawler aggregates over 170,000 employment opportunities from more than 20 job sites into one, easy to use, web site.
As the first bilingual interface job searching website in China, Meijob.com employs the latest Ajax technology to process large amounts of information and provide jobseekers with seamless access to jobs from various sources. Meijob users can search, save, and apply for relevant employment opportunities from across the web, without the need to visit or register with any other job site.
Meijob's technology ensures job ads will be viewed and applied for by relevant applicants. This way, a job ad never gets lost between hundred of other ads - it is only displayed to appropriate applicants.
Two Israeli entrepreneurs, Barak Paz-Tal and Guy Rotberg, founded Meijob after recognizing a need in the local market. "When we arrived to China, we started looking for a job on the Internet. After a short while, we gave up. We thought that there must be a better way to search for a job, a way that will put the focus on the job seeker's needs and not include so many distracting banners and pop ups on the main page.", says Paz-Tal. "Our main aim is to make the life of the job seeker easier."
Meijob's automated application process provides employers with all the relevant information about each applicant in a clear and coherent way. This saves recruiters the hassle of dealing with irrelevant applications, and shortens the recruitment cycle. In addition, Meijob consulting services provides selected recruiters locating, screening, and assessment of job applicants.
"China's online recruitment market - estimated at USD 102 Million - is soaring at 45% year on year", says Jason Pang, Meijob's Marketing Manager and a veteran in China's Internet business. "This fast growth created difficulties for job seekers. The amount of information available today on the Internet is enormous. Job seekers have to go through all this data, and register with dozens of sites. They find themselves facing a simple question: where do I begin?" Pang continues. "Meijob has the answer to this question: We combine common sense with superior technology to provide jobseekers with access to all relevant job ads in one place."
The site currently has more than 300,000 visitors monthly, with traffic levels growing at 60% per month since launching in beta mode in October 2006. After the Chinese New Year holiday, Meijob.com saw a record 15,000 of daily visitors. Following the official launch this week, Meijob plans to boost its marketing activity in order to become a leader China's online recruitment market.