Ukrainian techies from Jooble help people in 71 countries find a job online.
On its website, Jooble publishes nearly 700,000 vacancies a day — it collects them from the companies’ career pages, social networks and online bulletin boards. The platform makes a tedious quest for a job easier because its algorithm analyzes users’ behavior and offers exactly what they need — whether they want to work as a taxi driver in Kyiv or a software engineer at Google in the U.S.
Although Jooble is a global company that has international partners like LinkedIn, it is registered in Ukraine and pays taxes in the country. Jooble doesn’t crave for foreign investments because the company can earn for itself, said Roman Prokofiev, the cofounder of the platform.A leader in the global job search market, Jooble keeps firmly to its Ukrainian rootsRead More