WebSpiderMount software allows jobs data detection, mainly to extract various parameters from XML feeds.
The contacts parser allows our tool to identify and extract phone numbers and emails from any text field (job descriptions, special fields, etc.). The retrieved information can easily be exported to separate fields for better recognition or other use.
The salary parser allows us to detect a salary in any provided text. We can identify the most popular currencies (USD, CAD, GBP, EUR, etc.), digits and time periods (hourly, monthly, yearly, etc.)
Received information can be converted to hourly rate (e.g. $500 per week → $12.50 per hour).
This tool can also be used extract prices for various ads.
The shifts parser is an additional tool that allows to extract and normalize job shifts (early shift = 1st shift, day shift = 2nd shift), working schedules (Mon-Fri), working hours (from 8 AM to 5 PM) and job types (full time, part time, etc.)
For additional information on the jobs data detection tool, please contact your SpiderMount account manager.
We noticed you mentioned scraping Indeed.com
Just to confirm: Indeed.com prohibits spidering of its content and they will block anyone trying to scrape it.
Normally, our clients ask us to spider jobs from direct employer websites and ATSes.
In some cases we can spider commercial job boards: if there is a formal agreement between our client and the job board to allow spidering.