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'''WikiJob''' is a wiki style [[website]] designed for and used by those involved in and applying for careers at city firms, including both students and graduates, and professionals involved in investment banking, consulting, accountancy and law. Its readership expands beyond this, however, and includes [[journalist]]s, recruiters, careers officers and others from outside of the city spectrum{{Fact|date=August 2008}}. The site aims to provide an insight into the working culture of city based employers in the [[United Kingdom]] as well as information about careers, interviews and assessment days at these firms. Almost every page of the site is open for users to edit, allowing both job seekers and employers to contribute real life information to company profiles. ==History and content== The site was established in 2007 by [[Edward Mellett]] and [[Chris Muktar]], both graduates of the [[University of Manchester]]. After graduating, Mellett and Muktar went on to work in recruitment and accountancy respectively, before leaving to set up WikiJob The site has received attention from national press, industry press and graduate careers publications. In September and October 2008, the site was also featured on [[BBC News 24]] and [[BBC Radio 4]]'s Today programme. ==Discussion board== The messageboard is a key feature of the site, allowing students and graduates to exchange information about interviews they are currently applying for or preparing for. This board has grown in popularity rapidly since implementation and continues to receive many daily posts from various new as well as long term users{{Fact|date=August 2008}}. Posts debate interview technique and necessary interview preparation, detail assessment days for graduate employers and discuss the benefits of specific companies compared to others.

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