Type of site
|Job search engine|
|Founder(s)||Arran Stewart and Paul Sloyan|
MyJobMatcher.com is a worldwide employment-related matching system that matches jobs to candidates using their uploaded resumes. MyJobMatcher was founded in 2011 by Arran Stewart and Paul Sloyan and it has raised a total of $2.89 Million over 4 funding rounds. The firm is based in Milton Keynes, England and the website has been featured on the BBC's Click TV Programme. The chairman is Rob Wilmot, one of the founding four members of Freeserve and the company has been a regular guest writer for The Guardian
MyJobMatcher has also entered relationships with various organisations including Confused.com to offer customers alternative ways of searching for a job.
In 2013 the firm released a study of the UK's most ridiculous job titles entitled Jobbledygook which gained worldwide media attention.
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