Simply Hired Announces Open Access for Developer API and International Job Search through Job-a-matic

Simply Hired announced free and open access to its Job Search XML API in the US and abroad though its Job-a-matic tool. This feature gives Job-a-matic users the capability to render job search results in real-time on their website. The API requires advanced web development skills to implement, but it's an excellent way to build more custom job search sites or add backfill jobs to other job board platforms.

To access the XML API, users can create a Job-a-matic. Upon completion of the sign up process users should visit the 'Advanced' tab where they will find technical documentation for their engineering team. (Please note that Simply Hired does not provide technical support for the XML API at this time.)

To access the XML API for job content outside of the US, select the drop down menu on the right hand side of the XML API page. Although Simply Hired does have international results, it currently only provides job content at this time.

Stay tuned for future enhancements and more international offerings.

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