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everjobs launches Sinhala website to expand into smaller cities and towns


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A A A rolls out localized Sinhala website to better cater to Sinhala speaking users

Job seekers want to feel confident in their career choices and are most comfortable when the job listings are in their native language. According to the latest everjobs career study, almost 30% of job seekers say they would be discouraged by an online job portal not in their native language. 
In its latest efforts to revitalize online job search in Sri Lanka, has localized its job listings to include a Sinhala version in addition to the existing English site.

“By offering job search support and career information in Sinhala, we want to provide a high-quality multi-language job searching experience and offer native-speaker customer support,” says everjobs Sri Lanka MD and Country Manager Félix Lienau. “On the business side, we expect that offering our services in Sinhala will increase our already growing presence in the Sri Lankan online job market.” 
Sinhala speaking users can now benefitby visiting everjobs.lkto get acquainted with job search, career advice, as well as to understand the features of a job posting and CV database search in Sinhalese.
Felix added, “The online job market in Sri Lanka is competitive and differentiation is key. With the launch of’s Sinhala version, we hope to further fortify our position as the fastest growing job portal in Sri Lanka as well as reinforce our commitment to providing exceptional customer service and user experiences to our Sinhala-speaking audience.”

everjobs is a job portal currently operating in Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Cambodia, Myanmar, Cameroon, Ethiopia, Ivory Coast, Senegal, Tanzania and Uganda. Launched in 2015, everjobs aims to become the leading job portal in fast growing markets finding the right match for both, employers and candidates. 

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