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The Freeform Search looks in the name, title, email address, and body fields for your search criteria (non-numeric searches). The following types of searches are valid:
Text searches like pipefitter or welder. This search would return any post containing either the word pipefitter or the
word welder in the title, body text. name or email fields.
Numeric searches like 18069 are limited to post number searches only. The results of this search would be the one job post
with the number 18069 in the post number field if the post was still active (not deleted).
Name searches like Steve Smith should return any active job post with the name Steve Smith in the title, body text,
name or email fields.
Long date searches like December 09, 2006 will return any active job post posted on that exact date. It would also return
any post with that long date in the body text. Limited to jobs posted in the past 60 days.
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field (except post number). Searching for @somedomain.com would return similar results for any email address from the
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