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I am designing user interface for a job portal , candidates can view jobs they have applied for in the section "Applied Jobs" , also there is a sub section where they can view jobs they have already got selected by various recruiters .

I'm confused about English term that should be used for that particular sub section which shows jobs for which candidate was selected earlier .

"Recruited jobs" will be correct term to use ?

Any help, Thanks

  • When you say "selected", do you mean for an interview or a job offer has been extended? – Peter Oct 16 '16 at 5:18
  • @Peter , selected = when a candidate gets job offer – utility Oct 16 '16 at 5:25
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Why not just call it

Offers Received
Job Offers

to specify offers made by hiring companies.

recruited jobs

would usually mean jobs a potential employee is being asked to consider (recruited for), before a job offer is made.

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