• Jason Webster

    “Aggregating job listings” will not make a job board on Facebook unique. Showing connections to job is interesting, but it’s now common across job-related sites (see Glassdoor). Where Facebook can truly capitalize is on the multitude of content being uploaded every day by people working at the companies and on the hiring teams. Figuring out how to serve up dynamic content surrounding a job to interested recipients is a recipe to make this a game changer…not just another destination for “aggregated job listings”.

  • http://twitter.com/Sarangbrahme Sarang Brahme

    This will surely shot up prices of third party job posting ads on Facebook as everyone will jump on them 🙂

  • http://delhi.niyukti.in/ delhi.niyukti.in

    The sheer size of the Facebook footprint makes it a formidable platform for a job board. Apart from sites mentioned there are scores of FB Pages that list jobs and can easily be integrated in Facebook’s job listing. This could have far reaching impact in future.

  • http://twitter.com/VocusCareers Vocus Careers

    This is a tremendous opportunity for employers whose target demographic has a large presence on Facebook. Recruiters, who are in the know, are using social platforms to source and recruit candidates. If this works, it will give a great incentive to those employers who don’t currently have a Facebook presence to establish one. At Vocus, we integrated our Jobvite listings on our careers page so fans can apply for jobs without leaving the platform. Hopefully, these opportunities will now be searchable to Facebook users. If you’re looking for a job in the DC area at company with tremendous growth, check us out facebook.com/vocuscareers.