Introduction

Parameter Licenses

Input Parameters

Query Results

Errors

Example Queries

Appendix A – Monster Country ID List

Appendix B – Query Results Schema

Appendix C – Example Query Results

Monster Cloud Analytics API

 

Introduction

Monster Cloud Analytics API service is a reporting feature allowing users to analyze the composition of a group of resumes based on specified search parameters. This document describes all required and optional search parameters, explains search behavior, and provides examples of response objects as well as possible errors.

Monster Cloud Analytics API service is accessible via an HTTP interface. Query parameters are sent via a single HTTP GET or POST. The search results, errors and diagnostic information are returned as an XML document. The URL http://prax.monster.com/query.ashx handles requests to the resume search service. A Company Access Ticket (CAT) and version number are required for the use of this site (more on this under Required Parameters heading).
 

Parameter Licenses

If a search term is suffixed with an asterisk (*) then it requires an access license. If your CAT is not provisioned with the required parameter license you will not receive results in the query. The two parameter licenses relevant to this feature are 6Sense Talent Dashboard, and 6Sense Security Clearance. Please contact your Monster resource to have the appropriate license(s) enabled.
 

Input Parameters

 

Parameter Format

All input parameters should be sent using HTTP GET. Care should be taken to URL-encode all parameters correctly. Malformed parameters will be misinterpreted and may give rise to unexpected results or an error.

For example: 0xA0002000 - Invalid Input Parameter error

Parameters listed as "multi-valued" accept multiple values and may be internally delimited as follows (subject to URL encoding):
Delimiter Meaning
, Restrict the search to jobs containing one or more of the supplied values
 

Search URL Encoding Instructions

Encoding standard for all parameters is: UE(UE(val1),UE(val2),UE(val3))

Encoding standard for all parameters with importance (required (req)/nice to have (nth)) specified: UE(UE(val1),UE(val2) req,UE(val3) nth)

Special cases still follow the general rule:
  • Single value (e.g. candidate name): UE(UE(val))
  • IDs, Booleans, other values which do not require encoding: UE(UE(id1),UE(id2),UE(id3)) = UE(id1,id2,id3)
 

Required Parameters

ver (Version number)

The ver parameter is required for PRAX and specifies the version of the Monster Cloud Analytics API service that you are accessing. The following are the valid versions:
Value Description
1.0 Current version

The following is an example call to access version 1.0 of Monster Cloud Analytics API service:

http://prax.monster.com/query.ashx?q=test&nbver=1.0&cat=…

If the version is excluded the following error XML will be returned:

<Monster>
  <Errors>
       <Error  Number="0xA0000999">
        <Message>Invalid version specified</Message>
      <Error>
  <Errors>
<Monster>

cat (Company Access Ticket)

The cat parameter which is required for PRAX should be populated with the Company Access Ticket received from Monster.

For example:
http://prax.monster.com/query.ashx?q=test&ver=1.0&cat=[your cat]

Your Company Access Ticket (CAT) is case-sensitive and should be supplied in its entirety. It is valid only under the terms and conditions of your contract with Monster. Restrictions may include, but are not limited to, IP address, date range and access to specific search functionality.

TIP: If you supply an invalid CAT to the Search Service, you will receive one of the CAT errors described in the Errors section of this document.

co (Country)

The co parameter restricts search results to resumes for a particular country. These values are the country abbreviation for the particular country within which to search.

For example: http://prax.monster.com/query.ashx?ver=1.0&q=test&co=AU
where AU = Australia, CA = Canada, UK = United Kingdom, etc.

dimName (Dimension Name)

The dimName parameter restricts the search to one of the dimensions corresponding with report tabs in Talent Dashboard, as follows (some variation by channel as noted).

"skill", "eduLevel", "resumeSource", "dateLastUpdated", "locByCity" (supported for US, UK), "locByState" (supported for US), "locByCounty" (supported by UK), "locByRegion" (supported for AU)

For example: dimName=Skill

rb (Resume Board)

The rb parameter is a multi-valued parameter which restricts the search to resumes in the specified boards. However in PRAX the user may only query on one board at a time. The value is an ID, and may only be a resume board to which the user has access.

For example: rb=6143
 

Optional Parameters

q (Keyword query)

The q parameter restricts the search to resumes containing the supplied list of keywords.

For example: q=Software%2bEngineer%2cQA

TIP:
Use double-quotes (ASCII 22) to surround keyword phrases. A keyword phrase matches resumes only where the words appear in the same contiguous order in the resume.

clvid (career level ID)

The clvid parameter allows a user to restrict the results based on the Career Level ID. The possible values are as follows:

Career Level ID Meaning
1 President
2 Executive Level
3 General Manager
4 Vice President
5 Director
6 Head
7 Manager
8 Lead
9 Other
10 Analyst
11 Representative
12 Specialist
13 Clerk
14 Coordinator
15 Assistant
For example: clvid=1

cname (Candidate name)

The cname parameter allows a user to restrict the results based on the candidate's name.

For example: cname=candidate_name (subject to url-encoding)

dimMaxResults (Dimension Max Results)

The dimMaxResults parameter specifies the maximum number of results to be returned for this dimension. Capped at 1000

For example: dimMaxResults=200

dimZeroResults (Dimension Include Zero Results)

The dimZeroResults parameter allows the user to restrict the results by a“true” or "false" string

For example: dimZeroResults=false

dimOrderBy (Dimension Order)

The dimOrderBy parameter allows the user to order query results by one of the following: “HIT”: number of target concepts; “NAME”: display Name of the Concept; “ATTR”: order specified by the Report Schema.
For example: dimOrderBy=HIT

dimSortBy (Dimension Sorting)

The dimSortBy parameter allows the user to sort report results by dimension, ascending (ASC) or descending (DESC).

For example: dimSortBy=DESC

reqcode (Requisition Code) The reqcode parameter restricts the search based on a supplied comma-separated list of requisition codes.

For example: reqcode=abc123%2cdef456 (%2C is a url-encoded comma)

jt (Job title)

The jt parameter allows a user to restrict the results based on the job title. Several titles may be used in the search by submitting a comma-delimited list.

For example: jt= programmer%2Cdeveloper (%2C is a url-encoded comma)

comp (Company name)

The comp parameter allows a user to restrict the results based on the most recent company with which candidates were employed.

For example: comp=Monster%2bWorldwide (%2b is a url-encoded space)

sk (Skill)

The sk parameter allows a user to restrict the results based on the job skill description. Several skill descriptions may be used in the search by submitting a comma-delimited list.

For example:
sk=c%252b%252b+req%2cjava%2bbeans+nth
( url-encoding explained: UE(UE(c++) req,UE(java beans) nth) )

sch (School name)

The sch parameter allows a user to restrict the results to a specific school or schools. Several school names may be used in the search by submitting a comma-delimited list.

For example: sch= Harvard%2CYale (%2C is a url-encoded comma)

mdatemaxage (Resume updated maximum age)

The mdatemaxage parameter restricts the search to resumes that have been modified or reactivated within the specified maximum number of minutes since resume was updated

For example: mdatemaxage=525600

TIP: Use 1440 for one day, 10080 for one week, 525600 for one year etc.

mdateminage (Resume updated minimum age)

The mdateminage parameter restricts the search to resumes that have been modified or reactivated from the specified minimum number of minutes since resume was updated

For example: mdateminage=1440

TIP: Use 1440 for one day, 10080 for one week, 525600 for one year etc.

minedulvid (Minimum Education Level ID)

The minedulvid parameter restricts the search to resumes that contain the supplied list of education levels. Possible values are located here http://integrations.monster.com/Toolkit/Enumeration/EducationLevel

srcid (First Tier Resume Source IDs)

The srcid parameter allows the user to restrict results based on a comma-separated list of resume source IDs.

For example:
srcid=11 (Monster only)
srcid=11%2C12 (Monster or Newspapers only)
(%2c is a url-encoded comma)
Possible values are located here http://integrations.monster.com/Toolkit/Enumeration/ResumeOrigin

Srefcode (Seeker RefCode)

The Srefcode parameter allows the user to restrict results based on a comma-separated list of Seeker RefCodes.

For example: srefcode=abc123%2cdef456 (%2c is a url-encoded comma)

tjtid (Target Job Type ID)

The tjtid parameter restricts the search to resumes with owners who have expressed an interest in working in a specified type of position. The possible values are as follows:
Target Job Type ID Meaning
1 Permanent
2 Contract
3 Intern
4 Temp
5 Seasonal
6 FullTime
7 PartTime
8 Statutaire
9 PerDiem
For example: tjtid=1%2c2%2c3

relo (Relocate)

The relo parameter restricts the search to resumes with owners who have expressed a willingness or unwillingness to relocate.

For example:

relo=false
Show resumes where user is not willing to relocate for employment
relo=true
Show resumes where user is willing to relocate for employment

wa (Work Authorization)

The wa parameter is a compound, multi-valued parameter that restricts the search to resumes containing one or more of the supplied list of work authorization statuses. This is a compound parameter with two components separated by a hyphen: CountryID (from Appendix A) and WorkStatusID (below). The possible values for WorkStatusID are as follows:
WorkStatus ID Meaning
1 Authorized to work for any employer
2 Authorized to work for current employer only
3 Require sponsorship
For example: the query wa=164-1%2c160-1 will query for resumes with owners who are authorized to work in the US or the UK for any employer.

tsalcur (Target Salary Currency)

The tsalcur parameter restricts the search to resumes with desired salary in the currency supplied. The possible values are the currencies' abbreviations, as follows:
Abbreviation Description
USD US Dollars
EUR Euro
AUD Australian Dollar
CAD Canadian Dollar
For example:
http://prax.monster.com/query.ashx?q=java&tsni=0&tnsalmax=25000&tsalcur=USD

tnsalmin (Target Normalized Salary Minimum)

The tnsalmin parameter restricts the search to resumes with desired minimum normalized (annualized) salary greater than or equal to the supplied value.

For example: tnsalmin=20000

tnsalmax (Target Normalized Salary Maximum)

The tnsalmax parameter restricts the search to resumes with desired maximum normalized (annualized) salary less than or equal to the supplied value.

For example: tnsalmax=100000

tsni (Target salary not included)

The tsni parameter is a flag that indicates whether resumes that do not specify a target salary should be included in the search results (0: Do not include resumes, 1: Include resumes). This is only applicable when the tnsalmin and or the tnsalmax parameters are used.

For example: tsni=1

edumjr (Education Major)

The edumjr parameter allows a user to restrict a query based on a seekers education major. One or more education majors may be specified and the resume must match one of the requested values.

For example: edumjr= MBA%2cMS%2bMath+nth%2cEnglish+req

ten (Job Tenure)

The ten parameter restricts the search to resumes with specified job tenure. The value is a number (of years) combined with one of the following operators. URL encoding is required.

Example Meaning Encoded form
">3" greater than 3 years ten=%3E3
"‹10" less than 10 years ten=%3C10
"20+" 20 or more years ten=20%2B
"10-20" 10 to 20 years ten=10-20
For example:
ten=1 (means 1 year)
ten=0.5 (means 6 months)
veteran (Veteran Candidates)

The veteran parameter restricts the search to include or exclude veterans. (0: Do not include veterans, 1: Include veterans)
For example: veteran=1

wtt (Willingness to Travel)

The wtt parameter is an optional parameter that restricts the search to candidates’ percentage willingness to travel. The possible values are as follows:
wtt ID Meaning
1 Not willing to travel
2 25% willing to travel
3 50% willing to travel
4 75% willing to travel
5 100% willing to travel
For Example: the following specifies up to 25% willing to travel: wtt=2

yex (Years experience)
The yex parameter is an optional parameter that restricts the search to resumes with the specified years of experience.

For Example: the following specifies 5 years of experience: yex=5

yexf (Years of Experience Filter)

The yexf parameter allows the user to restrict the search based on years of experience; either a single number of years, a range of years, with a greater/less than expression.

For example:
yexf=1 (exactly 1 year)
yexf=1-5 (1 to 5 years both inclusive)
yexf=%253c5 (less than 5 years)
yexf=5%252b (5 or more years)

gsc (Global Security Clearance)

The gsc parameter is a compound, multi-valued parameter that restricts the search to resumes containing one or more Security Clearance for authorized employers. This is a compound parameter with two components separated by a hyphen: CountryID (from Appendix A) and SecurityClearanceID (below). The possible values for SecurityClearanceID are as follows:
SecurityClearance ID Active Clearance Meaning
1 0 None
2 0 Unknown Category
3 1 Active Confidential
4 1 Active Secret
5 1 Active Top Secret
6 1 Active Top Secret/SCI
7 0 Inactive Confidential
8 0 Inactive Secret
9 0 Inactive Top Secret
10 0 Inactive Top Secret/SCI
11 0 None
12 1 Active Confidential
13 1 Active Secret
14 1 Active Top Secret
15 0 Inactive Confidential
16 0 Inactive Secret
17 0 Inactive Top Secret
18 1 Inactive Clearance
19 1 Active TS/SCI-CI Polygraph
20 1 Active TS/SCI-FS Polygraph
21 1 Other Active Clearance
Global Security Clearance search functionality requires an additional license. Please contact your Monster representative for more details.

For example: gsc=164-5%2c30-4

loc (Location)

The loc parameter restricts search results to resumes for a particular location with a radius specified.

For example:
loc=Boston-20 (search within 20 miles radius around Boston)
loc=Portland%252C%2520OR (This is UE(UE("Portland, OR")).)

 

Query Results

Query results are returned as an XML document defined by the schema given in Appendix B. Example results are given in Appendix C.

This section covers various details, changes and new elements that might not be apparent in the XML schema.
 

XML encoding

The XML encoding is UTF-8. The following will be the first line of the return XML:<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8" ?>

Appendix C illustrates sample XML with the encoding specified in the XML.
 

Report Status

Indicates the status of the query. This value is returned as part of the Report element. For example:
<Report Total="14" Matching="12" Status="0"> Where ‘Total=14’ indicates a total of 14 records present in the database, with 12 records matching the current query.
 

Current Security Clearances [Licensed] *

Current security clearance and the active clearance flag are returned in the PersonalData section of the XML if the caller is licensed for this information. Possible values are located here http://integrations.monster.com/Toolkit/Enumeration/ClearanceLevel Example:

<Monster>
   <Resumes … >
    <Resume … >
     <PersonalData >
      <ActiveClearance>1</ActiveClearance>
      <SecurityClearance >7</SecurityClearance >
 

Errors

The following section outlines error values and explanations that may be returned from a search request. The following illustrates the structure of the error XML:
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
<Monster>
  <Errors>
    <Error Number="ERROR_NUMBER_IN_HEXADECIMAL">
    <Message>ERROR_MESSAGE </Message>
   </Error>
  </Errors>
 </Monster>

The following is an example error:
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
<Monster>
 <Errors>
   <Error Number="0xA0000999">
   <Message>Processing error.</Message>
   </Error>
  </Errors>
</Monster>
When an error occurs please retry your search and/or contact Monster support.
 

Example Queries

This section contains example query URLs (without the required cat parameter) that may be submitted to the Monster Cloud Analytics API service.

Query Example #1 - Basic Keyword filtering
http://prax.monster.com/query.ashx?q=film%2bactor&ver=1.0

Returns the number of resume containing the word "film" and the word "actor".

Query Example #2 - Date filtering
http://prax.monster.com/query.ashx?q=%22auto%2bmechanic%22& ver=1.0&mdatemaxage=1440

Returns the number of resume containing the phrase "auto mechanic" posted or modified within the last day (1440 minutes).

Query Example #3 - Target Job Type ID filtering

http://prax.monster.com/query.ashx?q=cook%2cchef&ver=1.0&tjtid=1

Returns the number of resume containing the word "cook" or "chef" where the resume owner has expressed an interest in working for Job Type ID 1 (tjtid=1).

Query Example #4 - Education filtering
http://prax.monster.com/query.ashx?q=%22Director%2bof%2bSales%22& ver=1.0&minedulvid=6,7

Returns the number of resume containing the phrase "Director of Sales" where the resume owner has a Master's (edulv=6) or a Doctorate (edulv=7) degree.

Query Example #5 - Work Authorization filtering
http://prax.monster.com/query.ashx?q=%22marketing%2bguru%22&ver=1.0&wa=160-1

Returns the number of resume containing the phrase "marketing guru" where the resume owner authorized to work for any employer in the UK (wa=160-1).

See Appendix A for a complete list of Country IDs.

Query Example #6 - Global Security Clearance filtering
http://prax.monster.com/query.ashx?q=Multi%2bExperienced%2bAssociate& ver=1.0&gsc=54-11

Returns the number of resume containing the phrase "Multi Experienced Associate" with the Security Clearance for those authorized employers in the EU-French (gsc=54-11).
 

Appendix A - Monster Country ID List

(Click to Appendix A - Monster Country ID List)
Country ID
Afghanistan 1
Albania 2
Algeria 3
American Samoa 178
Andorra 4
Angola 5
Anguilla 176
Antarctica 177
Antigua and Barbuda 175
Argentina 6
Armenia 7
Aruba 179
Australia 8
Austria 9
Azerbaidjan 10
Bahamas 11
Bahrain 12
Bangladesh 13
Barbados 14
Belarus 15
Belgium 16
Belize 17
Benin 18
Bermuda 19
Bhutan 20
Bolivia 21
Bosnia-Herzegovina 22
Botswana 23
Bouvet Island 181
Brazil 24
British Indian Ocean Territory 201
Brunei Darussalam 180
Bulgaria 25
Burkina Faso 26
Burundi 27
Cambodia 28
Cameroon 29
Canada 30
Cape Verde 31
Cayman Islands 32
Central African Republic 33
Chad 34
Chile 35
China 36
Christmas Island 185
Cocos (Keeling) Islands 182
Colombia 37
Comoros 204
Congo 38
Cook Islands 183
Costa Rica 39
Croatia 40
Cuba 184
Cyprus 41
Czech Republic 42
Denmark 43
Djibouti 44
Dominica 186
Dominican Republic 187
East Timor 233
Ecuador 45
Egypt 46
El Salvador 47
Equatorial Guinea 48
Eritrea 49
Estonia 50
Ethiopia 51
Falkland  
Islands 189
Faroe Islands 191
Fiji 52
Finland 53
Former USSR 228
France 54
France (European Territory) 55
French Guyana 193
French Southern Territories 230
Gabon 56
Gambia 57
Georgia 58
Germany 59
Country ID
Ghana 60
Gibraltar 194
Greece 61
Greenland 195
Grenada 192
Guadeloupe (French) 196
Guam 62
Guatemala 198
Guinea 63
Guinea Bissau 64
Guyana 65
Haiti 200
Heard and McDonald Islands 199
Honduras 66
Hong Kong 67
Hungary 68
Iceland 69
India 70
Indonesia 71
Iran 72
Iraq 73
Ireland 74
Israel 75
Italy 76
Ivory Coast 77
Jamaica 202
Japan 78
Jordan 79
Kazakhstan 80
Kenya 81
Kiribati 203
Kuwait 82
Kyrgyzstan 83
Laos 84
Latvia 85
Lebanon 86
Lesotho 87
Liberia 88
Libya 89
Liechtenstein 90
Lithuania 91
Luxembourg 92
Macau 208
Macedonia 93
Madagascar 94
Malawi 95
Malaysia 96
Maldives 97
Mali 98
Malta 99
Marshall Islands 207
Martinique (French) 210
Mauritania 100
Mauritius 212
Mayotte 241
Mexico 101
Micronesia 190
Moldavia 102
Monaco 103
Mongolia 104
Montserrat 211
Morocco 105
Mozambique 106
Myanmar, Union of (Burma) 242
Namibia 107
Nauru 215
Nepal 108
Netherlands 109
Netherlands Antilles 110
Neutral Zone 216
New Caledonia (French) 213
New Zealand 111
Nicaragua 112
Niger 113
Nigeria 114
Niue 217
Norfolk Island 214
North Korea 115
Northern Mariana Islands 209
Norway 116
Oman 117
Country ID
Pakistan 118
Palau 222
Panama 119
Papua New Guinea 219
Paraguay 120
Peru 121
Philippines 122
Pitcairn Island 221
Poland 123
Polynesia (French) 218
Portugal 124
Qatar 126
Reunion (French) 127
Romania 128
Russian Federation 129
Rwanda 130
S. Georgia & S. Sandwich Islands 197
Saint Helena 224
Saint Kitts & Nevis Anguilla 205
Saint Lucia 206
Saint Pierre and Miquelon 220
Saint Tome and Principe 131
Saint Vincent & Grenadines 237
Samoa 132
San Marino 227
Saudi Arabia 133
Senegal 134
Seychelles 135
Sierra Leone 136
Singapore 137
Slovakia 138
Slovenia 139
Solomon Islands 223
Somalia 140
South Africa 141
South Korea 142
Spain 143
Sri Lanka 144
Sudan 145
Suriname 146
Svalbard and Jan Mayen Islands 225
Swaziland 147
Sweden 148
Switzerland 149
Syria 150
Tadjikistan 151
Taiwan 152
Tanzania 153
Thailand 154
Togo 155
Tokelau 231
Tonga 232
Trinidad and Tobago 234
Tunisia 156
Turkey 157
Turkmenistan 158
Turks and Caicos Islands 229
Tuvalu 235
Uganda 159
UK 160
Ukraine 161
United Arab Emirates 162
Uruguay 163
US 164
USA Minor Outlying Islands 236
Uzbekistan 165
Vanuatu 239
Vatican City 166
Venezuela 167
Vietnam 168
Virgin Islands (British) 169
Virgin Islands (USA) 238
Wallis and Futuna Islands 240
Western Sahara 188
Yemen 170
Yugoslavia 171
Zaire 172
Zambia 173
Zimbabwe 174
 
 

Appendix B - Query Results Schema

(Appendix B - Query Results Schema)

This XML Schema Definition (XSD) describes the names, types and constraints of elements that may appear in Talent Dashboard query results (examples of which follow in Appendix C).


<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8">
<xs:schema attributeFormDefault="unqualified" elementFormDefault="qualified"
xmlns:xs="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema">
<xs:complexType name="ReportType">
<xs:sequence>
<xs:element name="ReportSets">
<xs:complexType>
<xs:sequence>
<xs:element name="ReportSet" type="ReportSetType" />
</xs:sequence >
</xs:complexType >
</xs:element >
</xs:sequence >
<xs:attribute name="Total" type="xs:unsignedInt" use="required" />
<xs:attribute name="Matching" type="xs:unsignedInt" use="required" />
<xs:attribute name="Status" type="xs:int" use="required" />
</xs:complexType>

<xs:complexType name="ReportSetType">
<xs:sequence>
<xs:element name="Variations">
<xs:complexType>
<xs:sequence>
<xs:element name="Variation" type="VariationType" 
minOccurs="0" maxOccurs="unbounded" />
</xs:sequence>
</xs:complexType>
</xs:element>
</xs:sequence>
<xs:attribute name="Name" type="ReportSetNameType" use="required" />
</xs:complexType>

<xs:simpleType name="ReportSetNameType">
<xs:restriction base="xs:string">
<xs:enumeration value="skill" />
<xs:enumeration value="eduLevel" />
<xs:enumeration value="resumeSource" />
<xs:enumeration value="dateLastUpdated" />
<xs:enumeration value="locByCity" />
<xs:enumeration value="locByState" />
<xs:enumeration value="locByCounty" />
<xs:enumeration value="locByRegion" />
</xs:restriction>
</xs:simpleType>

<xs:complexType name="VariationType">
<xs:simpleContent>
<xs:extension base="xs:string">
<xs:attribute name="Total" type="xs:unsignedInt" use="required" />
<xs:attribute name="Matching" type="xs:unsignedInt" use="required" />
</xs:extension>
</xs:simpleContent>
</xs:complexType>
<xs:element name="Monster">
<xs:complexType>
<xs:sequence>
<xs:element name="Report" type="ReportType" />
</xs:sequence>
</xs:complexType>
</xs:element>
</xs:schema>
 

Appendix C - Example Query Results

Example of Education Level Report Results

http://prax.monster.com/query.ashx?dimName=eduLevel&ver=1.0&rb=7469&co=us&cat=CAT

(Example of Education Level Report Results)


<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
<Monster>
<Report Total="14" Matching="12" Status="0">
<ReportSets>
<ReportSet Name="eduLevel">
<Variations>
<Variation Total="6" Matching="6">Bachelors Degree</Variation>
<Variation Total="2" Matching="2">Associate Degree</Variation>
<Variation Total="2" Matching="2">Masters Degree</Variation>
<Variation Total="1" Matching="1">Doctorate</Variation>
<Variation Total="1" Matching="1">Some College Coursework Completed</Variation>
</Variations>
</ReportSet>
</ReportSets>
</Report>
</Monster>
Example of Skills Report Results

http://prax.monster.com/query.ashx?dimName=skill&dimMaxResults=10&ver=1.0&rb=7469&co=us&cat=CAT

(Example of Skills Report Results)


<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
<Monster>
<Report Total="14" Matching="12" Status="0">
<ReportSets>
<ReportSet Name="skill">
<Variations>
<Variation Total="6" Matching="6">Customer Service</Variation>
<Variation Total="2" Matching="2">Marketing</Variation>
<Variation Total="2" Matching="2">Sales</Variation>
<Variation Total="2" Matching="2">Finance</Variation>
<Variation Total="1" Matching="1">Sales Analysis</Variation>
<Variation Total="1" Matching="1">Regional Sales</Variation>
</Variations>
</ReportSet>
</ReportSets>
</Report>
</Monster>
Example of Location (City) Report Results

http://prax.monster.com/query.ashx?dimName=locByCity&dimMaxResults=10&ver=1.0&rb=7469&co=us&cat=CAT

(Example of Location (City) Report Results)

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8" ?>
<Monster>
<Report Total="67" Matching="56" Status="0">
<ReportSets>
<ReportSet Name="locByCity">
<Variations>
<Variation Total="2" Matching="2">Fort Lauderdale, Florida</Variation>
<Variation Total="2" Matching="2">Webster, New York</Variation>
<Variation Total="1" Matching="1">Akron, Ohio</Variation>
<Variation Total="1" Matching="1">Ashville, Ohio</Variation>
<Variation Total="1" Matching="1">Belleville, New Jersey</Variation>
<Variation Total="1" Matching="1">Birmingham, Alabama</Variation>
<Variation Total="1" Matching="1">Brighton, Tennessee</Variation>
<Variation Total="1" Matching="1">Brooklyn, New York</Variation>
<Variation Total="1" Matching="1">Buffalo, New York</Variation>
<Variation Total="1" Matching="1">Burlington, Massachusetts</Variation>
<Variation Total="1" Matching="1">Cary, North Carolina</Variation>
<Variation Total="1" Matching="1">Centreville, Virginia</Variation>
<Variation Total="1" Matching="1">Chicago, Illinois</Variation>
<Variation Total="1" Matching="1">Christiana, Pennsylvania</Variation>
<Variation Total="1" Matching="1">Fortville, Indiana</Variation>
<Variation Total="1" Matching="1">Houston, Texas</Variation>
<Variation Total="1" Matching="1">Howard, Ohio</Variation>
<Variation Total="1" Matching="1">Indianapolis, Indiana</Variation>
<Variation Total="1" Matching="1">Manassas, Virginia</Variation>
<Variation Total="1" Matching="1">Milford, New Hampshire</Variation>
<Variation Total="1" Matching="1">Milford, New Jersey</Variation>
<Variation Total="1" Matching="1">Orlando, Florida</Variation>
<Variation Total="1" Matching="1">Palm City, Florida</Variation>
<Variation Total="1" Matching="1">Phoenix, Arizona</Variation>
<Variation Total="1" Matching="1">Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania</Variation>
<Variation Total="1" Matching="1">Plano, Texas</Variation>
<Variation Total="1" Matching="1">Rancho Cucamonga, California</Variation>
<Variation Total="1" Matching="1">Richardson, Texas</Variation>
<Variation Total="1" Matching="1">Rochester, New York</Variation>
<Variation Total="1" Matching="1">Simpsonville, South Carolina</Variation>
<Variation Total="1" Matching="1">South Hadley, Massachusetts</Variation>
<Variation Total="1" Matching="1">Waukesha, Wisconsin</Variation>
<Variation Total="1" Matching="1">Whittier, California</Variation>
<Variation Total="1" Matching="1">Windsor, Connecticut</Variation>
<Variation Total="1" Matching="1">Woburn, Massachusetts</Variation>
<Variation Total="1" Matching="1">Wylie, Texas</Variation>
</Variations>
</ReportSet>
</ReportSets>
</Report>
</Monster>
Example of Location (State) Report Results

http://prax.monster.com/query.ashx?dimName=locByState&dimMaxResults=10&ver=1.0&rb=7469&co=us&cat=CAT

(Example of Location (State) Report Results)


<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8" ?>
<Monster>
<Report Total="67" Matching="56" Status="0">
<ReportSets>
<ReportSet Name="locByState">
<Variations>
<Variation Total="8" Matching="8">Florida</Variation>
<Variation Total="5" Matching="5">New York</Variation>
<Variation Total="5" Matching="5">Texas</Variation>
<Variation Total="4" Matching="4">Massachusetts</Variation>
<Variation Total="3" Matching="3">California</Variation>
<Variation Total="3" Matching="3">New Jersey</Variation>
<Variation Total="3" Matching="3">Ohio</Variation>
<Variation Total="3" Matching="3">Pennsylvania</Variation>
<Variation Total="3" Matching="3">Virginia</Variation>
<Variation Total="2" Matching="2">Illinois</Variation>
<Variation Total="2" Matching="2">Indiana</Variation>
<Variation Total="2" Matching="2">North Carolina</Variation>
<Variation Total="2" Matching="2">Tennessee</Variation>
<Variation Total="1" Matching="1">Alabama</Variation>
<Variation Total="1" Matching="1">Arizona</Variation>
<Variation Total="1" Matching="1">Colorado</Variation>
<Variation Total="1" Matching="1">Connecticut</Variation>
<Variation Total="1" Matching="1">Missouri</Variation>
<Variation Total="1" Matching="1">New Hampshire</Variation>
<Variation Total="1" Matching="1">South Carolina</Variation>
<Variation Total="1" Matching="1">Utah</Variation>
<Variation Total="1" Matching="1">Wisconsin</Variation>
</Variations>
</ReportSet>
</ReportSets>
</Report>
</Monster>
Example of Source Report Results

http://prax.monster.com/query.ashx?dimName=resumeSource&dimMaxResults=10&ver=1.0&rb=7469&co=us&cat=CAT

(Example of Source Report Results)

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8" ?>
<Monster>
<Report Total="67" Matching="56" Status="0">
<ReportSets>
<ReportSet Name="resumeSource">
<Variations>
<Variation Total="57" Matching="56">Monster<';/Variation>
</Variations>
</ReportSet>
</ReportSets>
</Report>
</Monster>