Huntsy now supports 8.5 million jobs
Today, we’re proud to announce that Huntsy supports over 8.5 million jobs and 3 million employers. This means it’s easier than ever to add new job opportunities to your Huntsy dashboard as you browse the web, whatever your interests and professional focus. And it also means that Huntsy is the most compatible job organization tool on the web today, with integration for 50+ job boards in the United States and abroad.
One of the biggest pieces of feedback we’ve received from our users since launch is that they want to see Huntsy support places where they look for jobs. Our bookmark tool has always been compatible with large sites like LinkedIn, Careerbuilder and Monster, but our goal is to extend our service to niche job boards that cater to groups like entrepreneurs, college students, interns and volunteers. Our latest additions include an impressive list, among them:
Idealist: one of the best sources for nonprofit jobs and volunteer opportunities
NACElink: powers job listing for over 500 universities in the United States
InternMatch + NY Creative Interns: two of our favorite job boards for interns
Startuply + VentureLoop: two job boards popular among entrepreneurs and startups
Brassring: a white label job board for many Fortune 500 companies
Dice: job board that’s popular among the tech crowd
Seek: one of Australia’s largest job boards (kudos to our Australian users!)
Prospect: the UK’s largest site for graduate student careers (kudos to our British users!)
Of course, Huntsy also supports the www.schema.org markup for job postings. Schema.org is a new initiative led by Google, Bing and Yahoo! that aims to provide richer information to search engines for a variety of data types, including jobs. As long as job boards support this standard, you’ll be able to bookmark key job posting information directly to Huntsy without any problems (kudos to companies like Path.to who have already done this!).
If that’s still not enough, we’re happy to extend our support to the job board you use most. There are two ways to do this:
- Send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org (or write us via the “Support” button on the site)
- Ask your job board to support the schema.org standard
Huntsy is all about making your job search simple and easy, and we think that this is a big step in that direction. Stay tuned for more news, and as always - happy hunting!
Welcome to our new blog!
Things have been very busy around Huntsy in the last few weeks, and we have some exciting announcements to share in the next few days.
In the meantime, you may have noticed that our blog got a facelift! We’re still at blog.huntsy.com but now hosting our data on Tumblr, with comments powered by Disqus. This should make it easier for everyone to interact with our team and follow important company announcements. If you have a Tumblr account, just click on the “follow” button at the top right hand of the screen and you’ll see our posts in your feed.