Drjobs, global job marketplace, has been awarded the "Worldwide Top 500 Job Portals 2020″ by Global Human Capital Group (GHCG), the talent selection consultant on five continents. The award is a recognition of Drjobs' significant contribution to society to connect job seekers and companies to be the most trusted and reliable job portal in the Middle East countries.
GHCG has surveyed 500 job portals in 228 countries, a worldwide survey, and the results indicate that, on a global average, 41% of job offers have been reduced as a result of the COVID-19 in comparison with the same period (from the previous year).
The survey also indicates that the vast majority of job offers published on all portals in the world are related to the areas of Technology (68%) and sales (71%).
Commenting on winning the award, Rakan Al Nsour, Drjobs CEO said, “This award from GHCG is an appreciation of not only our exerted efforts in creating a recognizable job marketplace but also our dedication towards growing as a reliable organization that is challenging the status of the job market. With such encouragement, we are even more passionate about making Drjobs the dominant job portal by instantly finding job opportunities and hiring solutions.”
Drjobs works with the top employers in the region to provide the best recruitment solutions that help employers and candidates to overcome the career challenges across all job industries, including PACT employment services, Agile consultants, ABCO, etc.
Drjobs adapts its services to focus on three central cores: Hiring, Career Development, and Support, which ensures that each employer and job seeker is provided by exceptional 360 Degree guidance through their journey on Drjobs. For over ten years, it holds the top position for being the best in the job market in GCC.
They serve more than 1.5 million active subscribers and 5 million total users to a website so far. It offers premium services for both employers and job seekers on full-time. Drjobs strategy conforms to the UAE’s 2020 vision is to create more jobs with complete automation throughout the recruitment process. To make it simple, right from shortlisting to recruiting the candidate with very minimal human intervention.
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