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Indeed has launched the UK version of its job search engine today, aiming to deliver more comprehensive results for job seekers by aggregating job listings from a wide range of sites.

Indeed.co.uk

The .co.uk site allows users to search jobs from a range of sources and expects to add more then 100,000 new jobs every week.

It looks and feels a lot like Google, which makes it very simple to use. Users can search for job type and location, or use the advanced options for a more precise search.

The results are also displayed like Google's, with sponsored links running down the right hand side, which is how the company generates much of its revenue.

On the left side are a range of filtering options to help users narrow down their searches. You can filter by contract type, whether the job is listed by an agency or not, the name of the employer, and more.

The number of jobs for each filtering option is also displayed, as well as a useful 'breadcrumb trail' showing the various filtering options you have chosen.

Jobs are displayed from a range of sources, including other job search websites like Monster, Gumtree, and Guardian Jobs.

Indeed.co.uk is pretty impressive, incredibly easy to use and already has a wide range of job listings.

The company launched in the US back in 2004 and says it has around 3.5m users per month. Investors include The New York Times and Union Square.

Graham Charlton

Published 17 July, 2007 by Graham Charlton

Graham Charlton is the former Editor-in-Chief at Econsultancy. Follow him on Twitter or connect via Linkedin or Google+

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Antharas

I believe there are quite a few UK based job search engines company like JobHits (http://jobhits.co.uk) which provides more advanced search, filtered options. Good thing is they are UK based rather than US own the world kind of company.

about 7 years ago

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Construction jobs London

i have tryed that one, i found it ok. thanks

almost 7 years ago

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uk jobs

I am very glad to see these lovely and excellent detail. Wonderful posting !!

over 6 years ago

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Karuna

Hi,

I think this site so goood to search JOB in UK.

Thanks,

Karuna

over 6 years ago

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Careers4a

definately jobhits offers a much better search experience, we have worked with jobhits and based on our traffic research, jobhits is rapidly overtaking everyone, also think the quality of candidates is much higher!

over 6 years ago

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Steve

Looks good.

over 6 years ago

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Grace

We've worked with both Indeed and Jobhits - both are an excellent resource for job seekers!

almost 6 years ago

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Peter

Indeed.co.uk is now pretty huge. Very good job searching resource.

over 5 years ago

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