Universe.jobs aims to teach job seekers to use direct navigation for their job search.

Universe.jobs is aiming to teach job seekers how to do direct navigation to look for job openings by entering their geographic location, occupation or industry ending with .jobs into their web browser.

Universe.jobs aims to teach job seekers to use direct navigation for their job search.  A network of over 40,000 websites representing geographic, occupational and industry names will display unlimited job listings for employers.

How much does it cost for a company to advertise their job openings?  The big job boards charge up to $300/month per job opening.    Since companies have job openings throughout the year due to turnover and growth, the price tag can add up.  As a result, many companies do not advertise all of their openings.

A new job listing network called Universe.jobs aims to change all that.  With a single annual fee of less than $150, companies can post an unlimited number of job openings.   Companies do not even need to maintain a careers page on their website.

By signing up for a Posting Account on Universe.jobs, a company’s job listings will be distributed throughout a network of over 40,000 websites representing geographic, occupational and industry names.  All a job seeker needs to do is to enter their city or occupation ending with .jobs into their browser address bar.

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