Job.com is ready to rise from the proverbial ashes in its 20th year: the job-matching site, initially American, is coming back as an Asian-based global venture that focuses on using blockchain technology in hopes of becoming the next "Uber" of the industry.
In 2017, Job.com was purchased by an English investment company that entrepreneur and recruitment veteran Arran Stewart co-leads; the team he runs has been working to revolutionize the titular site as the company moves its roots and headquarters Singapore.
"We'd like to do for the employment market what Uber did for taxis," said Stewart said in a recent interview, stating his hopes for the $630 billion market. "We are going to go global overnight."
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