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Facebook expands its Jobs listing tool

Facebook expands its Jobs listing tool

But LinkedIn is seen as an online venue for professionals to cultivate connections and opportunities whereas Facebook's job service appeared crafted for positions requiring less schooling or specialized training. The social network announced today that its job application feature will now be available in more than 40 countries.

Facebook says it won't show potential employers any information on a user's profile other than what has been made public by the user.

TechCrunch first spotted Facebook testing the Jobs tab in late 2016 before it rolled out in the US and Canada a year ago.

Among the countries in the list are France, Germany, Spain and the UK. He cited a Morning Consult poll of 5,000 adults, commissioned by Facebook, that found that one in four people in the US had search for or found a job on Facebook.

Facebook is rolling out job post functionality to 40 more countries.

"We know there is more Facebook can do to connect people and businesses", Himel said. As I'm sure others have similarly done, I've hidden tons of photos from high school, but what has the general Facebook community done with their profile and privacy settings as they get older?

Facebook Inc said on Wednesday it was expanding the jobs section on its social network, as it looks to compete in a market dominated by Microsoft Corp's LinkedIn. Job seekers can also subscribe to a company's listings. Job seekers can set up job alarms for the sorts of parts that intrigue them. They might not even be on the site, and if they are, they probably don't spend much time there. Better yet if you already have all this info, like previous employment, in your Facebook profile.

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"Troy, the owner of Striper Sniper Tackle in North Carolina had trouble finding people with the specific skills he needed until he posted the job on his Facebook Page". He received 27 applications immediately, and hired 10 people.

The Jobs tool was released in the United States and Canada in 2017.

The company also said it plans to invest about $1 billion in its teams, technology and new programs in 2018. After all, "when businesses succeed, communities thrive".

"[Facebook is] optimising for user experience".

Facebook Inc (NASDAQ:FB) is expanding the roll out of its job application feature that debuted previous year.

The move again proves how powerful being a default daily destination is.