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Topic: Job Sites

Indeed.com Hires the Cast and Crew for Its First Ad Through the Site's Own Job Listings

Mullen gets meta

How does a popular job posting site show off the breadth of its help-wanted offerings in the limited space of one commercial? For Indeed, the answer was to use its…

Ad of the Day: Monster

BBDO tells the soul-sucking story of a modern-day office Pinocchio

You love your job. You wake up every morning, and that's what you tell yourself. Then you go to the office. And you're beset by superficial motivational posters, senseless meetings with…

Grandmother Gets Killed Over and Over in Ad for Job Site

Stop torturing the woman!

People who are unhappy in their jobs are perhaps more open than most to gallows humor—and that's what Draftfcb Argentina delivers in spades in this humorous new spot for Zonajobs.…

Show a little skin, and get that awesome job

High-end jobs site TheLadders.com (which you may remember from its desk-chair-safari 2009 Super Bowl spot) is out with some amusing new spots from Fallon Minneapolis in which job seekers writhe…

Appliances find better work in job-site spots

Household appliances like toasters, vacuum cleaners and alarm clocks have career-advancement aspirations in this odd campaign by VCCP for U.K. site Totaljobs.com. One of the vacuums speaks French and…

Monster helps monster leave a dead-end job

After a rough, painful night spent trying unsuccessfully to frighten kids, a bogeyman turns to Monster.com in this BBDO spot and finds a less stressful gig as a…

Monster can fix your rampant incompetence

The BBDO spot above, for job-search site Monster.com, explains why doctors shouldn't bring their untrained doofus friends to work with them. The same is true for crime scene investigators, as…

CareerBuilder ad an extravaganza of misery

CareerBuilder is returning to the Super Bowl not with chimps but with cube monkeys—desperate office drones apparently not bright enough to see the signs that their work life sucks until…

Let the battle of the monster job sites begin

Job-search advertising is getting truly monstrous this year. We've already written about Fallon's new ads for The Ladders, which feature Guilala, a '60s Japanese movie beast so cheap he makes…

Ladders' little monster airs some grievances

Fallon has created these enjoyable online extras for job site The Ladders to augment its "Monsters" TV spot. In these "behind-the-scenes interviews," one of the pint-sized creatures from the…

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