Rapid account: jaypat87

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I am cofounder of Specrom Analytics, an AI focused consulting firm offering products and services based on web scraping, data analytics, text mining and NLP. I have also recently published a book with Apress (Springer Imprint) called Getting Structured Da

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We do not have a sort_by parameter as part of APi request itself. Instead, please paginate the API requests, save the results and sort it at your end. If you are looking at only fetching recent job posts and if your use case permits it, I think a better fit is our job feed where we run the searches on our server and generate a consolidated single CSV/JSON file at fixed frequency (24h, 7 days etc.) that is pushed out to a API endpoint. If you are interested in it, please email us at info@specrom.com Do. 3:27 11/4/24
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You are sure that you are seeing 5-10 seconds for a response? 98% of all requests today were returned within 2 seconds. Can you run some more tests on which queries are taking that long and get back to us at info@specrom.com to create a ticket? Mi. 12:13 21/2/24
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We will look into it and let you know. Since its a real time scraper API, if you are running niche search terms than the response itself from indeed will be slow enough that you will see that latency issues. However, for real time scraper APIs this is one of the standard drawbacks. In case you would instead like a consolidated job feed, please let us know at info@specrom.com Mi. 12:12 21/2/24
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This API only returns results from US indeed so location term will accept city, state or zipcode. If you need Indeed for other countries, please email us at info@specrom.com for a custom plan. Mi. 12:08 21/2/24
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Full_text is available through our separate general purpose API called jobs search https://rapidapi.com/jaypat87/api/job-search15/ Please check it out. Mi. 4:46 22/11/23
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We will try and push this feature at our next update cycle. Please email us at info@specrom.com with specific examples of this feature request. Fr. 8:42 3/11/23