08
Nov

Indeed.com Data Scraping / Resume Scraping

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Project Title: Indeed.com verified Data Scraping / Resume Scraping

Project Description:
I would like to suggest us working together on improving the quality a little further before doing the big number of resumes because you are quite close, but missing some pieces.

I have updated the resume fields in the attached file.

Things I want to improve:

1) Work experience — the description field right now in your file is truncated and missing many lines of information. It only has the first line of the description. We want the whole description data.

2) Missing pieces of information that you are not capturing. E.g. Languages, Summary, Visa Status (Authorization to work in the US), etc.

3) Work experience – want to get the “from date” and “to date” separate in date format

Now that your another big project is over, hopefully, your team would have more time to help with improving this. I am happy to pay some money like $250 for you to do some of this improvement work, maybe we need 2 more iterations of this improvements until you can send me 10 samples that look like they have good data scraped before we can do the big number of resumes. Let me know if you would require me to pay some of this “development money” up front.

Also, I am not sure how you are targeting which person/resumes to scrape (when we are ready to do a large number of resumes data collection). What we would like to do is to target resumes with these attributes. We want people’s background, and who have ANY of the jobs in these companies, OR any of the job titles CONTAINS these job names.

Companies to target
Google, HP, IBM, Microsoft, Siemens, Twitter, Apple, Intel, Facebook, Qualcomm, Adobe, LinkedIn, eBay, Cisco, Yahoo, Zynga

OR

Jobs to target, Engineer, Product Manager, Engineering Manager, Scientist, Software, CTO, Program Manager, Technical Product Manager, Product Marketing Engineer

We also don’t want duplication, so if you find the same exact resumes from the different criteria, we don’t want the same resume. So this is for the larger number of resumes when we are ready to do that.

Do you have any questions on these? If so, please email me. Or if you would like to chat on the phone, I can try to reach out around 12noon to 2 pm Sunday your time.

For smililar work requirement feel free to email us on info@webscrapingexpert.com

Comments
  • 4 years ago Donna Perez

    I am in need to extract job listings that are posted on daily basis. Do you have capability to extract daily listings of jobs?

    The website we are after to scrape such data is Monster.com.

    Reply
  • 4 years ago Aiden WILLIAMSON

    How does your pricing structure works with data scraping from ZipRecruiter.com for job listings?

    Reply
  • 3 years ago Matthew Conroy

    Looking to scrape the Jobs from recruit.net. I would like to know rate for scraping jobs at once as well as scraping jobs on daily basis. Thank you!

    Reply
  • 4 months ago Leah Ilene

    We are looking for someone that can extract Indeed.com for open job positions in Tennessee and Florida for the job titles of: CFO, VP of HR, and Benefits Manager.

    Reply
  • 4 months ago Dorothy Aileen

    I need someone to create a script that can scrape Monster.com, Ziprecruiter.com, and Indeed.com for jobs based on the amount of jobs requested.

    Reply
  • 4 months ago Gregory Thomas

    Can you scrape job posted daily from the website: ziprecruiter.com? Also, provide a sample to review.

    Reply
  • 4 months ago Margaret Pierce

    Hi there,

    Are you guys able to scrape job posts weekly from the website reed.co.uk? What would be the cost?

    Thanks!

    Reply
  • 4 months ago Elizabeth Lentine

    Can you scrape “Software engineer Jobs” that are posted daily in New York from careerbuilder.com?

    Reply
  • 4 months ago Michael David

    I’m looking for someone to scrape jobs daily for specific keywords from monster.com.

    How much will this cost?

    Reply
  • 4 months ago James R.

    I’m looking for a method to scrape Indeed.com candidate profile pages and extract the details along with the email address of the candidate.

    Can you provide a sample?

    Reply

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