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JobServe raises the 'Job Search bar' Article Listing

International job board JobServe has announced the release of its latest job search interface.

Revealing the new interface James Wren, General Manager (Search Products & User Experience), said "From its very start in 1994 as the world's first job board, JobServe has always had the ethos of providing the best candidate experience. Through this we, in turn, are able to provide our advertisers with the best (and most relevant) candidates in the market."

Wren added "Our ethos is as firm today as it was when we started, and this is shown in our new job search interface. We have taken feedback from our candidates, and have both simplified our core job search, as well as extending our more advanced job search options.

By default, JobServe will return jobs in 'best match' order. In other words, we present our candidates with the most relevant jobs, as determined by our advanced matching algorithm. Our job search is organic, and is not swayed by any commercial influences."

The new search interface features a new level of intelligence. Included in this is the auto-detection of the candidate's whereabouts, and the pre-population of suitable search criteria (where appropriate).

Advanced users, or those candidates who like the power of the full search interface, still benefit. JobServe remembers a user's preferences, and will default to the candidate's preferred search interface upon future visits.

Wren continued, "We have taken the opportunity to introduce some valuable extra search options. Amongst these is the ability to filter by salary/rate in the initial search, and to search for particular categories of job - for example, 'public sector jobs'."

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