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Naukri.com to power job section of Wall Street Journal’s India website India.WSJ.com

Dow Jones and Naukri.com have signed a deal under which Naukri will power the job section of The Wall Street Journal’s India website India.WSJ.com. According to Naukri, the new job section will enable users to browse and search for jobs across industries offering CTC (cost to company) in the range of Rs 15 lakh and above.

Dow Jones and Naukri.com have signed a deal under which Naukri will power the job section of The Wall Street Journal’s India website India.WSJ.com. According to Naukri, the new job section will enable users to browse and search for jobs across industries offering CTC (cost to company) in the range of Rs 15 lakh and above.

In addition, The Wall Street Journal will offer comprehensive content from WSJ.com to be used in a co-branded newsletter for job-seekers and recruiters within the Naukri.com resume database and to be integrated with the relevant sections of Naukri.com. Naukri will also provide job-related content to The Wall Street Journal’s new mobile application in India, set to be launched in the coming weeks.

“Working with Naukri.com is the latest example of our commitment to India and the region to provide readers and users with the most regionally relevant experience possible,” Mitya New, managing director, Dow Jones India, has said. “Our readers rely on the Journal for news and information to make business and personal decisions every day, and the new job listings and related content will enhance that experience and allow us to serve our readers even better.”

Sanjeev Bikhchandani, founder and CEO, Naukri.com, has said, “Joining forces with The Wall Street Journal will enable high quality global content from the Journal to reach our job seekers and recruiters. Given the journals marquee positioning it provides an ideal platform for our premium job segment to reach the relevant target audience. This is an exciting move for us at Naukri which we are certain will prove beneficial for recruiters and senior candidates.”

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