Things are happening fast a furious at job metasearch vertical engine Indeed.com lately. It's a service I use quite a bit to monitor jobs in the search space and it works very well. We blogged about the launch of Indeed.com Canada the other day and today we learn of MyIndeed.com. Look for the MyIndeed link in the top right corner of every results listings. Included in its features is the chance to tag your job search findings.
From the Indeed.com Blog
You can save a job by clicking ?Save job? next to any search result. At the same time, you may also add notes and tags to the job. Tags enable you to group jobs together in ways that make sense to you, so you can organize them and find them again easily. We?re not yet sure if people will mainly use tags like ?applied? or ?interviewed? to categorize their saved jobs, or characteristics of the jobs themselves like location, industry, or function
Like the Indeed.com team, I'll be interested to see if and how tagging is used on a personal level where tagging can be useful.
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