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JuxtConsult study rates ClickJobs.com as most user-friendly job portal

05-April-2008
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JuxtConsult study rates ClickJobs.com as most user-friendly job portal

ClickJobs.com, part of Consim Info Pvt Ltd (formerly BharatMatrimony Group), has been rated the most user-friendly job portal by web users in a recent study conducted by JuxtConsult on job portals. JuxtConsult, an online research company, had conducted a detailed research on website user friendliness during January-March 2008.

The rating and ranking of websites was done using 18 distinct parameters classified under four key website user-friendliness attributes – accessibility, appeal, navigability and usage satisfaction. The survey results show that web users have rated ClickJobs high on all parameters such as user-friendliness, interface and usage experience against other job portals.

Commenting on the study results, Uday Zokarkar, Chief Business Officer, ClickJobs.com, said, “We have done extensive research on jobseeker behaviour and focused on a user interface that provides them the best browsing experience. We are glad that the JuxtConsult report highlights this core strength of our product.”

The portal was earlier recognised by PCWorld as the best designed website in its category. Within one year of their launch, ClickJobs was recognised as an official Honoree for the Webby Awards by The International Academy of Digital Arts and Sciences, the Oscars of Internet.

ClickJobs.com was launched in August 2005 as a comprehensive recruitment portal. Headquartered in Chennai, ClickJobs.com has its branches in Delhi, Mumbai, Bangalore, Hyderabad, Pune, and an international office in New York.

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