Jooble Launches Job Aggregator to Help Locals find Work in Canada and US

Jooble Launches Job Aggregator to Help Locals find Work in Canada and US

An innovative new startup hopes to disrupt the job search space by building the largest job aggregator using Python and Twillio’s SMS API.

Recently featured on TechCrunch, Jooble has quickly climbed the ranks and positioned itself as a serious contender in the job search space. TechCrunch reports, the site was built over the span of 16 hours by computer science students Vojta Petrus, Marcelo Gutierrez, and Peter Javorki.

Jooble helps job seekers across the world find work in Canada, USA, and many other countries.

Jooble has already gained widespread adoption and connects hundreds of thousands of job seekers with prospective employers. The engineers over at Jooble have some serious ambitions. The next phase of development includes integrating the Job Search platform with IBM Watson’s natural language processing technology. This will help propel Jooble in becoming an industry leader in data collection for market trends and workplace insights.

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