I Got A Job!

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Indeed.com, which was headquartered in Stamford before being sold to a Japanese company for a lot of dough last month, has a place for its users to give testimonials called “I Got A Job!”

(How much was the company worth? Well, the New York Times paid $5 million for a “small stake” in the company in  2005, and is profiting by $100 million from the sale. Learn more here.)

On Friday, one of a handful of people who testified about her success at the “I got a job!” page was someone who lives in Avon.

Indeed.com was my daily go-to job board!
Listings & job alerts scored me more interviews than any other!
Am happy to say I landed a job!
Keep your chins up folks, there’s a great employer out there looking for you too!

Sue M. in Avon, Connecticut
There were six others in Connecticut over the course of the week who said they were hired after responding to ads they saw on Indeed.com, plus one Hartford woman who said she got an interview from an Indeed.com listing.
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