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How do jobs sites make money?

3 2Bits
Give me some suggestion, How do jobs sites make money?
Jan 23 '21 #1
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626 Expert 512MB
How do jobs sites make money?
Off the top of my head: by charging fees from the recruiters and seekers. If it's free, you're most probably the product.
Jan 29 '21 #2
1 Bit
First they charge from the company for posting jobs on the their portal, which you can also say as baseline income.

But sometimes they also charge from the applicant to show their profile to top companies to easily get shortlisted. Although the selection is completely depend upon how to you pass the interview.
Feb 1 '21 #3
24 Expert 16bit
There are different types of job sites.

Some work on commissions that are usually charged to the companies.,
Others as StevenBrown suggested charge the the applicant.
Some job sites function as ATS to help companies manage the hiring process, like a software service.
Feb 2 '21 #4
4 Nibble
Companies pay a fee to post a job. Also, some job boards use ads.
Feb 7 '21 #5
62 32bit
As others have said, Job sites make money by charging a fee from the companies for advertising their jobs.
Moreover, job sites also charge employers and job boards on a pay-per-click (PPC) basis to promote their
jobs. Similarly, they generate revenue via AdSense, resume search, and strategic relationships.
Feb 18 '21 #6
1 Bit
so interesting topic
Feb 22 '22 #7
14 Byte
Employers pay a fee to host paid accounts for HR managers with advanced features available for hiring
Feb 22 '22 #8
Mia White
10 Byte
Job portals can generate revenue by charging a basic fee to both the candidate and the recruiter who registers on the website. The portal's services are usually not free. These portals may charge the employer a fee for each candidate they interview.
Mar 22 '22 #9
2 2Bits
Job sites make money by charging employers to post job listings, offering premium services like featured job listings, resume access, and candidate matching, and earning revenue from ads and partnerships with recruiting firms. Additionally, some job sites offer career coaching services and earn revenue from fees charged for those services. It's important for job sites to strike a balance between generating revenue and providing value to job seekers and employers.
Apr 12 '23 #10
2 2Bits
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Apr 13 '23 #11
13 Byte
Job sites make money primarily through advertising and paid job postings. Here are some of the ways they generate revenue:

Job postings: Many job sites charge employers to post job listings on their platform. Employers typically pay a fee for each job posting, and job sites may offer discounts for purchasing multiple postings at once.

Featured listings: Job sites may also offer employers the option to pay extra for featured job listings that appear at the top of search results or are highlighted in some way.

Resume database access: Some job sites charge employers for access to their database of resumes. This allows employers to search for candidates who have uploaded their resumes to the site and contact them directly.

Advertising: Job sites may display ads on their platform, such as banner ads or sponsored content. Advertisers pay the job site for the opportunity to reach a large audience of job seekers.

Premium services: Some job sites offer premium services, such as resume writing or career coaching, for a fee. These services may be provided by the job site itself or by third-party providers.

Overall, job sites make money by connecting job seekers with employers and providing value to both parties.
Every sites either it is any other site like basic photo editing informational site you can earn money.
Apr 16 '23 #12

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