Overall Satisfaction with Indeed.com
[Indeed.com] is used by me to outsource work when workflow is to high for my team to complete in a timely manner. I also use indeed to find new jobs when workflow is slow or current jobs are completed faster than anticipated. Indeed is my go to trusted site to find work fast.
- Ease of job searching
- Easy to use on a mobile device
- It’s free
- Overwhelms candidates that have outdated resumes
- Overwhelming to less tech savvy users
- Job descriptions previews are small
- Remote job filter
- Ease of finding part time and full time jobs
- Salary filter
- Ease of remote job searching
- Indeed is great at posting remote jobs
- Helps increase clients and revenue
I prefer [Indeed.com] over Facebook because I get to filter all resumes before contacting contact workers. It’s also easier to find clients as the job description tells me what the client is looking for over Facebook where we have to exchange messages back and forth to figure out what is needed, indeed just streamlines this and saves so much time.
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[Indeed.com] is great for the modern tech savvy users with a updated resume and previous work descriptions. Where indeed is less appropriate is for someone who has an outdated resume or limited work history as it can become over whelming to some. Then the job description previews are small and hard to read with a very minimal description.