Deleting multiple rows in MySQL

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MySQL Database
We have a table with the following fields:
id (Unique)
url (Unique)
title
company
site_id
We now need to remove rows that have the same title, company and site_id. We've figured out one way to do it:
SELECT title, site_id, location, id, count( * ) 
FROM jobs
GROUP BY site_id, company, title, location
HAVING count( * ) >1
But we need to do it through a SQL query. How can we do this?
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