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Feriajobs.com is a new tool for job seekers, created solely for publishing job opportunities in Costa Rica.

trabajo_pcThe website, for now, focuses on providing jobs available in Costa Rica, however, their goal is to cover Central America and later Latin America.

Created by the folks at autos.cr, the car classifieds in Costa Rica, Feriajobs.com has two full time employees receiving information on job postings, which are sorted and published on the portal.

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“The goal is reduce barriers to finding jobs. Costa Rica now has many job fairs that charge those who need jobs, causing a unnatural barrier”, says Randall Solano, project developer.

Feriajobs.com is free for both employers to post job openings and those looking for work.

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