any Canadians using this tool ? I'm wondering if it has as much value finding Canadian talent vs. USA

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Alex is should work just the same in deriving value on behalf of finding candidates given that the Google, Live and Yahoo etc search engines will be off of the canadian results. I highly recommend driver
Hi Alex,

I am not a Canadian but I think I can answer your question. (We also had questions on our forum like, would eGrabber tools work in Japan?)
Tools like Broadlook Diver or eGrabber ResumeFinder work well as long as there are resumes and contact information on the web that search engines would locate.

Here's a self quote from the group on LI (about ResumeFinder but it applies to Broadlook tools as well),
It *will* find target resumes on the internet for you as long as Google can find them; the only difference is that it will find more of them and faster. It is not oriented towards any specific profiles. All it does, it provides help and a large variety of suggestions in your search engine search.

So, yes, it will find resumes from Japan or resumes of high-level experienced executives or any other types of resumes as long as they are indexed by a search engine. It improves your experience with search engines in terms of speed, efficiency and vairety of the search strings that will be used.

(By the way Broadlook has several tools and I am not sure which one you had in mind; but the answer applies to all.)

thanks Irina, I'm not sure how good Canadians are at posting on the web so curious to hear from recruiters working on Canadian reqs to see if googling has brought much as far as results

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