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Breaking: Rocket Internet’s Everjobs Launches in Cameroon

by Sam Wakoba
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evejRocket Internet’s Everjobs has launched in Cameroon  and is claiming over 130 jobs in its first week of its launch starting its expansion move across Africa and Asia.

The firm announced this move in March and said it it’s mission is to simplify the job search and hiring process by connecting job seekers with employers in a matter of clicks. The Everjobs site offers helpful tools and intuitive features, such as a CV creation tool, easy site navigation, search filters, and career tips.

Everjobs had already successfully launched its first operations in Myanmar with work.com.mm and is now fueling its expansion into other fast growing economies. In Sri Lanka, Everjobs launched everjobs.lk with more than 1,000 job listings in March.

In a statement during launch, Co-Founder Ronald Schuurs said, “We see an immense opportunity to create a convenient job portal for economies on the rise in Asia and Africa. Everjobs challenges the status quo in these countries for job seekers as well as employers. We believe that every individual has a unique set of skills and personality. All it takes is the right match for them to flourish.”

Everjobs has features like direct messages and standardized CV formats are convenient and user-friendly. Everjobs provides the right match for job seekers and employers: postings on the website range from small local companies to big international corporations and from student jobs to top level positions. To meet the needs of their Asian and African users, Everjobs created a lean and well structured website.

Schuurs said that, “Everjobs will set the standard for job portals in fast growing economies. With a a simple design and a great user experience, we want to simplify the process of finding and offering jobs. Our mission is to enable millions of people to find the right job opportunities in each phase of their professional life.”

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