If you’re looking for a job, you must realise how tiresome it can be. There are way too many websites with job offers, all with different filters and catalogues, which is why instead of just browsing relevant job offers, you end up going through many that have nothing to do with what you’re interested in. Jobesto, a job offer aggregate, comes to rescue.

Jobesto’s been founded by Paweł Klimczyk, who’s got six years of experience in building products and entrepreneurial initiatives. He’s paying for the project out of his own pocket and has an ambitious plan of reaching 1 million UU/month this year.

“Project’s genesis is extremely easy. My wife was looking for a job and was complaining on the quality of job offers, available search tools and the ecosystem of finding employees. I decided to create something that would help her find a job,” says Paweł Klimczyk.

Jobesto is intuitive and very easy to navigate. It’s an aggregate of all the job offers gathered from Polish websites. You can browse it either using existing categories or search whatever keywords you find most relevant. You get job offers related to your search-word and you’re ready to browse job offers; the website’s algorithms sort them by relevance, so the top results are usually the most interesting ones.

Its biggest advantage is that it’s a time saver because you no longer have to go to all existing websites. It’s enough to check out just one. When you click an entry you’re interested in, Jobesto will redirect you to the website the job offer’s been posted on to get more information and apply. What’s more, unlike some other aggregates, it’s not dedicated to just one industry; it’s going to be just as useful for you if you’re a graphic designer or a cook.

If you’re looking for a job, check it out. It’s definitely a time-saver.