A website that offers online job searches has a new competitor in the job market.
Job-search site JobSeeker has teamed up with ecommerce giant Zappos to offer online job matching.
The two companies recently launched a tool called JobMatch that will allow users to find jobs in the online marketplace.
In addition to the job search service, Zappons job-search app also has a tool that will show users which job-hunting sites are hiring the most.
The job-matching tool was launched in October and the site is already accepting applications from users in the U.S. and Canada.
ZappOS has also released a free version of the JobMatch app for Windows, Mac and Linux computers.
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The company has more than 1.6 million registered users.
JobSeekers job-finding app allows users to see job openings from across the globe.
For those looking to move into the U.” world, the website has over 3 million job openings, including more than 700,000 for retail jobs, according to the company.
Zoos app is the only job search app available in the United States, according for the moment.
The two companies are also working on an online marketplace for job seekers.
“This partnership with JobSecker is a big step forward in helping our members find jobs and keep paying their bills. “
As the internet age moves towards more and more data, we see more and better ways for companies to connect with their customers and keep them engaged,” Zappoos CEO Peter Jodewyck said in a statement.
“This partnership with JobSecker is a big step forward in helping our members find jobs and keep paying their bills.
We’re delighted to have Zappocs team as a trusted partner, and we look forward to helping our member’s search and job search experiences grow and thrive in the coming years.”
JobMatch is available in over 80 countries and has more job openings than any other job-spotting site, according a company spokesperson.