Meijob.com maintains China's job index. The company's job crawler aggregates thousands of daily refreshed employment opportunities from more than 150 job sites into one, easy to use, website. Meijob's website is the only fully bilingual (both Chinese and English) job site in China, which is used by more than 500,000 subscribers and visited by more than 3,000,000 users per month.nWhy MeijobnnThe company combine common sense with technology to provide jobseekers with access to all relevant job ads in one place. Meijob users can search, save, and apply for relevant employment opportunities from across the web, without the need to visit or register with any other job site. China is a big country with many big job sites. Meijob's search technology aims to help jobseekers cut through the clutter and see only the jobs that are relevant to them. By referring only appropriate applicants for each position, Meijob also saves time for job advertisers. This aims to make it more likely for employers to review an application and increases the company's user's chances of getting the job they want.nEasy to UsennMeijob aims to enable jobseekers to see all available jobs, without the need to visit any other website. Jobseekers use Meijob's bilingual search engine to browse jobs by location, industry, position, requirements and employer type, or combine these details to zone in on positions relevant to them. They can also create a personal profile, upload their resume and keep track of previously searched jobs and new opportunities as they become available. Once an appropriate job opening is found, jobseekers can apply for it quickly and easily use the information stored in their profile. The application email generated by Meijob is formatted to increase applicants' chances of having their profile reviewed by the employer. This generates more relevant applicants with a minimum of hassle. Meijob's automated application process aims to provide employers with all the relevant information about each applicant in a clear, coherent way. This saves recruiters the hassle of dealing with irrelevant applications and shortens the recruitment cycle.