fb-geo-jobs - Aggregate and post jobs with salaries on FB pages

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Aggregate and post jobs with salaries on FB pages

https://github.com/bumbeishvili/fb-geo-jobs#readme

Dependencies:

crawler : ^1.1.2
express : ^4.16.2
fb : ^2.0.0
mongojs : ^2.4.1

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