October 24, 2019

Improved Search Engine

Anthony Lee @1979

I updated the job search engine to be more advanced than just a keyword search. Added aggregation and categorization so it is easier for the user to search specific jobs. I will continue to improve the search capability and result in views so the UX is pleasant for the job hunters. =)

https://nonprofitremote.com/jobs

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