CrunchBoard: Jobs in the New Web

Posted by: Rob Hof on August 3, 2006

There’s a new kid on the crowded job board walk. As TechCrunch’s Mike Arrington tells it:

A good percentage of emails coming to me every day are from people asking me which companies are hiring, or from companies asking me if I know someone who would be a good fit for a job.

I keep a separate email folder with these emails and introduce people as often as possible. But this isn’t a scalable system, and I wanted to do more to match companies with people. So we built a job board and launched it today at CrunchBoard.com. Now these people can connect directly.

Listings are $200 a pop, which makes me think Mike’s being modest about his ambitions here.

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