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Russia blocked the Jooble job search site due to the truth about the war in Ukraine

As a Ukrainian company with a clear pro-Ukrainian position, Jooble shut down its business in the Russian labor market. However, the company’s website continued to operate all the while for a different purpose: to spread the truth about Russian military aggression (assisted by Belarus) against the sovereign and the independent state of Ukraine.

The Russian version of the website was banned for the first time on March 17, 21 days after Russia’s attack on Ukraine. Between February 24 and March 18, the Jooble team changed the text on the website 7 times. We focused on terrible crimes committed by the Russian army in Ukraine and the devastating economic losses Russians will bear due to the war they started. In total, about 4.5 million visitors to the Russian version of the website saw the information about the war. The second ban imposed by Roskomnadzor took place on April 3. By the time the site was blocked, about 900,000 Russians had seen war reports posted on it.

Russia is under strict censorship, so today it is vital to tell the truth about the war crimes committed by the Russian Federation, the real losses, and the catastrophic consequences of this war. Jooble keeps publishing information about this on its Russian version of the site.

Background information about Jooble:
Jooble is one of the biggest job search engines in Ukraine and worldwide. It is among the top 10 most popular employment resources, according to Similarweb. Today, people use Jooble to find jobs in 69 countries around the globe. Jooble has publicly condemned Russian military aggression against Ukraine. The company has ceased operations in the labor markets of the Russian Federation and the Republic of Belarus.

For all media and press inquiries please contact: press@jooble.com

Jooble website: https://jooble.org

Jooble on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Jooble/

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Date: 26 April 2022
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