CVbrowser is a great place to find your perfect job, and getting the most out of our powerful
search software is very simple. This page is here to help you understand exactly how our
website will find you your next job.
The Boolean Method
The Boolean method is a way to combine certain keywords and punctuation such as AND, OR and NOT to focus or broaden your search. It sounds tricky but is in fact quite simple and is used commonly on sites such as Google. Take a look at the examples below to see how the Boolean method works on CVbrowser.
What this does
Accounts AND Finance
Finds jobs containing the keywords Accounts and Finance.
Accounts OR Finance
Finds jobs containing the keywords Accounts or Finance.
Accounts NOT Finance
Finds jobs containing the keyword Accounts but not Finance.
Finds jobs containing the key-phrase Accounts Handler.
Accounts AND (Finance OR Sales)
Finds jobs that have Accounts and either Finance or Sales.
You can use any combination of the above to get even more focused results from your searches and find that perfect job faster. Take a look at the following examples: