JOB LISTINGS AND DATA FEEDS | JOB DATA MONITORING
When you integrate our feeds into your workflow, you gain exponential value on multiple levels. We can perform scheduled automated crawls of company websites. You are only a few steps away from obtaining all data from job listings posted on hundreds of company websites using ScrapeHero.
JOB LISTINGS AND DATA FEEDS FOR BUSINESS
Our custom web scraping services can scrape job data from all types of Jobs related data such as the latest job listings, companies that are hiring, skills in demand, and hiring locations from career pages of company websites and job boards to assist you in creating organised job data feeds.
- Get clean, structured job data
- Receive notifications of new job postings
- Customized solutions for your requirements
HOW CRAWL MAGIC BENEFITS YOUR CAUSE?
Job postings are frequently articulated in an inverse manner, with companies having specific jargon posted on their websites. To obtain the necessary data, we create custom solutions that include fuzzy matching and filtering. When the feeds are combined in the workflow, the values improve exponentially on various levels. Depending on the schedule, we perform automated crawling of company websites.
- Capability to monitor specific jobs and their relationships to job / job chain metrics.
- Integration of job/job chain-specific alerts in the Alert Inbox, including Notification Management, Incident Management, Task Assignment, and forwarding to a third party.
- A centralised view of all jobs and job chains in a Crawl Magic-based solution.
WHY CRAWL MAGIC IS THE BEST DATA PROVIDERS?
Our Jobs feed data provides real-time information on job postings from Indeed and LinkedIn, which can be used for big data analytics, sales outreach, or an analysis of competition hiring trends. Data from job postings is gathered by scanning hundreds of thousands of job postings that are posted on a daily basis. Companies that provide information on related jobs would benefit from this information.
We provide the date of the job posting, the company name, the job title, the website, the industry, the salary range, the job type, the city, state, and the zip code.
To get clean, structured, and fresh job feeds, use search parameters such as Keywords, Job Titles, Niches, Locations, and more.