Infonautics Launches Job Sleuth

Posted on May 14, 1999

Infonautics, Inc. has announced the launch of Job Sleuth, a free service that searches the Internet's top job sites and databases for job postings based on users profiles. The service, from the creator of the free business information service Company Sleuth, is designed to save users from the 'job-in-itself' task of searching the plethora of online job-related resources one by one.

Job Sleuth users receive a daily e-mail containing job opportunities from over a dozen of the top job sites around the Internet, including HotJobs, Career Mosaic and Career Web, that match their career interests. Users can create as many as five different profiles based on more than 100 different job categories (from advertising sales to zoologist), geographic region and keyword. The Job Sleuth service caters to both the active job seeker and the passive, employed worker that wants to keep track of opportunities in the ever-changing job market.

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