Site look good. Might I make two small suggestions. First, the red text of the job descriptions on the job listing page is a little hard to read (large blocks of red text is a little hard in my opinion).
Second, your use of term "My CareerBuilder" and the similarity with their top toolbar might get the attention of CareerBuilder.com. Maybe, maybe not, but they are a fairly big company and probably have more lawyers than you.
I am looking for some guidance on the available job board engines out there. I am consulting for a client and they are looking to launch a new job board in Asia. They are looking for extreme flexibility in the package where they run it in different countries, can control content across multiple pages, upload existing profiles in the dB, and append information to the candidate profile on a daily basis.
Can anyone give me some insight into which products may fit?
I just signed up for this site today and saw this comment you added last month. I'm very new to all of this and feeling a little overwhelmed, but I wondered, were you able to find a solution to your concern?
I'm extremely novice at this but would appreciate any information you could share.
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