|Type of business||Private|
Type of site
|Job search engine|
|Founder(s)||Roman Prokofyev und Ievgen Sobakarov|
Jooble is a worldwide employment-related search engine. It was launched in 2008 in Ukraine and currently is available in 71 countries and 24 languages.. The company is headquartered in Kiev .Jooble's mission is to help people find jobs by displaying vacancies aggregated from multiple companies. Jooble collects offers from job boards, applicant tracking systems, recruitment companies, and companies' career pages. Jooble has an average of 63 million visits per month and is reached by over 800 million users a year.  In 2019 Jooble reached the second place on the rating of the highest-traffic jobs and employment websites in the world.  
History[edit | edit source]
In 2007 two Ukrainian students Roman Prokofyev and Eugene Sobakarev founded Jooble. It was launched in Ukraine in 2008 and then expanded its services to Russian Federation, Kazakhstan, and Belarus. In 2010 Jooble became available in 24 countries and in 2014 Jooble participated in the first “Ukraine Tech Gem” conference held at the Hyatt Regency San Francisco (California, USA)  In 2019 Jooble started operating in 71 countries in the world. Currently the company employs 150 people.
Services[edit | edit source]
Jooble services include job search by keywords and locations in 71 countries that can be performed in over 24 languages. A user can filter the results by the distance from the chosen location, date, salary level and company's name. As well Jooble offers to filter full time, part time and internship vacancies. A candidate can upload resume and apply for a position on a site as well as subscribe for email alerts and receive relevant vacancies daily.
References[edit | edit source]
- ResearchAndMarkets.com: 2019 Recruitment Advertising Annual Report: LinkedIn - Is it still Capable of Disrupting Job Sites?, businesswire.com, March 22, 2019
- Майя Яровая: История Jooble: Как из проекта «для себя» построить компанию с аудиторией 200 миллионов человек в год, AIN.UA, September 29, 2014
- Katerina Drobot: DOU Ревизор в Jooble: "Офис без стен, что способствует легкой атмосфере в коллективе", DOU, October 8, 2014
- "Jooble.org Analytics - Market Share Stats & Traffic Ranking". SimilarWeb. Retrieved March 13, 2019.
- "Top Jobs And Employment Websites in the world". SimilarWeb. Retrieved March 29, 2019.
- Crunchbase Jooble, Crunchbase.com
- Тимур Ворона: 6 всемирно известных IT-компаний, созданных в Украине, AIN.UA, October 16, 2014
- Алексей Харченко: Роман Прокофьев, Jooble: "Мы не строим семейный бизнес, который собираемся передать по наследству", AIN.UA, July 11, 2013
- Максим Кутик: Jooble поделился результатами за прошлый год и рассказал об особенностях работы в разных странах, AIN.UA, January 20, 2012
- Greg Satell: Could Ukraine Be The Next Silicon Valley?, Forbes.com, November 24, 2014
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