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Indeed API Python Client Library

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indeed-python

A client library for using the Indeed Jobsearch API

Installation

Install from PyPi using pip, a package manager for Python.

$ pip install indeed

Don't have pip installed? Try installing it, by running this from the command line:

$ curl https://raw.github.com/pypa/pip/master/contrib/get-pip.py | python

API Credentials

The Indeed API needs to be called with your Indeed publisher number. You must pass this to the IndeedClient constructor.

from indeed import IndeedClient

client = IndeedClient(publisher = YOUR_PUBLISHER_NUMBER)

If you do not have a publisher number, you can receive one by heading to the Indeed Publisher Portal.

from indeed import IndeedClient

client = IndeedClient('YOUR_PUBLISHER_NUMBER')

params = {
    'q' : "python",
    'l' : "austin",
    'userip' : "1.2.3.4",
    'useragent' : "Mozilla/5.0 (Macintosh; Intel Mac OS X 10_8_2)"
}

search_response = client.search(**params)

Retrieving Job Details

from indeed import IndeedClient

client = IndeedClient('YOUR_PUBLISHER_NUMBER')

job_response = client.jobs(jobkeys = ("5898e9d8f5c0593f", "c2c41f024581eae5"))

API Paramaters

q - Query. By default terms are ANDed. To see what is possible, use our advanced search page to perform a search and then check the url for the q value.

l - Location. Use a postal code or a "city, state/province/region" combination.

userip - The IP number of the end-user to whom the job results will be displayed. This field is required.

useragent - The User-Agent (browser) of the end-user to whom the job results will be displayed. This can be obtained from the "User-Agent" HTTP request header from the end-user. This field is required.

format - Format. Which output format of the API you wish to use. The options are "xml" and "json.". Default is "json". The IndeedClient requests and parses a json repsonse by default. If you with to use the xml format, requests will be performed with the raw parameter set to True, see raw.

raw - A boolean. Receive the raw json/xml response from the Indeed API. Use in addition with format to specify which response format you would like. Default is False

sort - Sort by relevance or date. Default is relevance.

radius - Distance from search location ("as the crow flies"). Default is 25.

start - Start results at this result number, beginning with 0. Default is 0.

limit - Maximum number of results returned per query. Default is 10, Maximum is 25

fromage - Number of days back to search.

highlight - Setting this value to 1 will bold terms in the snippet that are also present in q. Default is 0.

filter - Filter duplicate results. 0 turns off duplicate job filtering. Default is 1.

latlong - If latlong=1, returns latitude and longitude information for each job result. Default is 0.

co - Search within country specified. Default is us.

Job Details

jobkeys - Job keys. A list of job keys specifying the jobs to look up. This parameter is required.

format - Format. Which output format of the API you wish to use. The options are "xml" and "json.". Default is "json". The IndeedClient requests and parses a json repsonse by default. If you with to use the xml format, requests will be performed with the raw parameter set to True, see raw.

raw - A boolean. Receive the raw json/xml response from the Indeed API. Use in addition with format to specify which response format you would like. Default is False

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