Monster Worldwide

  www.monster.com
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Headquarters New York, NY
Size 1000 to 5000 Employees
Founded Unknown
Type Company - Public (MWW)
Industry Business Services
Revenue $500 to $999 million (USD) per year
Competitors Adecco, CareerBuilder, Snagajob

Finding a new job or a new employee can be a monstrous task, but Monster Worldwide aims to help. Its network of online career services is led by Monster.com, a job search website operating in local markets globally across 55 countries. Most of Monster's revenue comes from employers who pay to post job listings and search the site's database of resumes. Job seekers can post resumes and search listings free of charge. Monster also generates revenue by selling advertising on its websites, which include offerings aimed at students and military personnel. The company made... More

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Employees say it's “OK”   327 ratings

2.9

29% Approve of the CEO   206 ratings

Monster Worldwide Chairman, President, and CEO Sal Iannuzzi

Sal Iannuzzi

Chairman, President, and CEO

There are a ton of people at Monster who have been here 5+ years.

  Current National Account Manager in New York, NY

Pros: There is a ton of earning opportunity at Monster on the sales team. The senior management team fosters relationships with top performers and grooms them for senior sales opportunities. They offer a solid training program and really believe in… Full Review

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Internet Recruitment Consultant

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Account Manager

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$73,875
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Senior Software Engineer

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Accepted Offer Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Interview Details – The interview process was very typical of any sales interview. It was not a high-pressure situation, very comfortable. There was no preparation necessary outside of coming in with an updated resume.Full Interview

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There weren't any tough questions during the interview process. It was more of an informal meeting to gauge personality type. Answer Question

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