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Simply Hired; First Step in Your Job Search?

By Davis D. Janowski  |  Posted 2006-07-19 Print this article Print
 
 
 
 
 

Review: Simply Hired should be your new first stop on the Web when searching for a job.

Two years ago, the stresses and challenges of finding jobs drove the founders of Simply Hired (www.simplyhired.com) to create the site and its service—both dedicated to job seekers. The site currently contains over five million jobs aggregated from many U.S. sources, including thousands of newspapers, 5,000 job bulletin boards, and over 200,000 companies—all conveniently indexed in a single place. It's a great place to start your search, especially if you're looking beyond your immediate environs—although the listings are only Stateside at present.

Read the full story on PCMag.com: Simply Hired



 
 
 
 
Davis D. Janowski Davis D. Janowski is Lead Analyst for Web Applications and Software, charged with covering the likes of Google, Microsoft, Yahoo!, and millions of other Internet and Web companies. Prior to this, he served as Section Editor for Consumer Networking, GPS Products, Phones & PDAs (Mobile and VoIP), Associate Editor for Networking Infrastructure, and Associate Editor for Internet Infrastructure. Before joining PC Magazine, Janowski worked as a medical editor, covering epidemiology and infectious diseases, receiving training at the Centers for Disease Control. At one point, he acted as guide for a CDC team, collecting ticks for a study on the origins of human ehrlichiosis in the Florida bush. Before that he made a very modest living as a freelance writer and photographer, covering scuba diving and nautical archaeology.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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