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20/01/2021

Hull startup Clickajobs launches in the USA

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Graham Hirst, President of UK based Clickajobs Ltd portal today announced the successful launch of www.clickajobs.com to serve the post pandemic US job market. On why he decided to launch now Hirst had this to say “We have received strong support from our US customers to launch a dedicated job board in the United States and we have responded”

Local US recruiters will also be aware of the Clickajobs UK reputation and have welcomed the extra competition in the American job market.

To help US jobseekers Clickajobs have appointed Leona Paterson as the North American Business Development Director and she has already brought on board in excess of 50 new advertisers bringing more than 1 million job adverts.  As a British national working from the corporate office in Delaware Clickajobs are able to provide a first class customer service to clients and jobseekers alike.

For more than 3 years Clickajobs has seen rapid growth and now has operations in the UK, North America, Ireland, Germany and Canada.

“Our ethos on delivering value for money by using innovative technology has helped us weather the recent Covid-19 economic downturn and we look forward to helping our customers return to prosperity as soon as possible” Hirst continued.

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