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Meijob, the Leading Job Search Engine in China, Launches Job Candidate Search Platform

Meijob, the Leading Job Search Engine in China, Launches Job Candidate Search Platform

BEIJING, March 31 /Xinhua-PRNewswire/ -- "", a new, multi-lingual job candidate search engine, was officially launched yesterday by Meijob ( ), after running in beta mode since January 2007. includes over 110,000 high profile Chinese and international resumes in one, easy-to-use, search platform.

As the first bilingual candidate search website in China, employs the latest Ajax technology to process a large amount of information and provides recruiters with seamless access to high-end candidates. Recruiters can search, save, and contact relevant candidates.

Two Israeli entrepreneurs, Barak Paz-Tal and Guy Rotberg, co-founded Meijob. Paz-Tal said, "When we launched Meijob, we were ourselves looking for talent online but gave up. We thought that there must be a way to search for candidates that put the focus on the employers' needs and saved time in the recruiting process. Our job candidate search platform now makes the lives of both job seekers and recruiters easier. We achieve this using the same technology that enables our jobs search so recruiters can search online and find great candidates faster."

Meijob's automated application process provides recruiters with relevant information about each applicant in a clear, coherent way. This saves recruiters the hassle of dealing with irrelevant applications, and shortens the recruitment cycle. In addition, Meijob's consulting service provides selected recruiters with assistance in locating, screening, and assessment job applicants.

Jason Pang, Meijob's Marketing Manager and a veteran in China's Internet business, added, "China's online recruitment market -- estimated at USD $102 Million -- is soaring at 45% a year. This fast growth has created challenges for recruiters. The number of candidates available today on the Internet is enormous. Many candidates apply for positions that are not relevant for them. Recruiters have to go through all this data, post ads and register with dozens of sites. They find themselves facing a simple question: where do I begin? Meijob has answered the call with time-saving, superior technology that provides recruiters with access to great candidates and powerful search functionality." currently has more than 2 Million visitors monthly, with growing traffic levels. After the Chinese New Year holiday, saw a record 100,000 of daily visitors. Following the official seeker launch this week, Meijob plans to boost its marketing activity in order to become a leader China's online recruitment market.

About Meijob: is China's leading job search engine. Meijob's job crawler aggregates over 900,000 employment opportunities from more than 150 job sites into one easy-to-use website. As the first bilingual job searching website in China, employs the latest Ajax technology to process large amount of information and provides jobseekers with seamless access to jobs from various sources. enjoys more than 5 million page views per month, and has more than 500,000 registered users, 95% of which are Chinese users from China mainland.

For more information, please contact: Neil Vineberg Vineberg Communications, Tel: +1-631-377-1494 Email: [email protected] Ms. Julie, BD Manager, Meijob Email: [email protected]

CONTACT: Neil Vineberg of Vineberg Communications, +1-631-377-1494, or
[email protected]; Or Ms. Julie, BD Manager of Meijob,
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