Press Release

Simply Hired Launches Resume Posting Tools

Simply Hired, the world’s largest search engine for jobs, today introduced Resume Post and Resume Post Pro to help job seekers post their resumes to multiple job boards in a “one-click" fashion.

Resume Post is Simply Hired’s free resume distribution service that allows users to post their resume to six job boards at once, including CareerBuilder, Job.com, Beyond.com Monster, Net-Temps, and CareerMetaSearch. Resume Post, which has been in beta testing since late July, is the only free service of its kind available on the Web.

Users can add on Resume Post Pro, which posts to an additional eighty job boards, including the Wall Street Journal’s Executive Career Site, Career Journal, America’s Job Bank, and niche boards like ITJobs and Sales Animals. Resume Post Pro is priced at $29.95. With both services, Job seekers fill out their resume details on Simply Hired and then select the job boards to which they want to submit their resumes. Simply Hired then automatically distributes the resumes to the designated job boards. More details can be found at: http://www.simplyhired.com/resumepost.

“We are systematically creating tools to address every pain point in the job search process," said Gautam Godhwani, CEO of Simply Hired. "With our new resume distribution services, job seekers can instantly get their resumes in front of thousands of recruiters and employers."

About Simply Hired, Inc.

With more than 5 million job listings and counting, Simply Hired (www.SimplyHired.com) is the world's largest search engine for jobs. We search thousands of sources, including large and small job boards, newspaper and classified listings, and company websites. Our mission is to help people find their ideal jobs in the simplest way possible.

Simply Hired has been named one of the "50 Coolest Websites 2005" by Time Magazine, Business Week's "Best of the Web," PC World's "50 Best New Websites," and the "Next Net 25" by Business 2.0.

Simply Hired has raised $17.7M in funding from News Corporation's Fox Interactive Media, Foundation Capital, Garage Technology Ventures and individual investors. The company is privately held and is based in Mountain View, California.