If you're in the job market, you're likely not only looking at just one site. How can we improve that user experience?
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Flip it. Hiring too. This would be way more commercial than consumer, but the need has to exist on both ends of the spectrum
Under consideration Suggested by: Bob Meisterling • Upvoted: 01 Nov, '22 • Comments: 4
This is another interesting idea but most of people don't look for new job all the time. A similar idea I have in mind for quite some time is an personal assistant to employees: let's face the reality, the workspace is not fair and discrimination happens everywhere and all the time, but employees don't know how to deal with the issues and are afraid of talking to others and it's expensive to talk a lawyer. We can do something. There is no space to talk here but I'll write something separately.
I'd be interested in an additional feature that warns the user when a job listing site has a sloppy interface: i.e. trying to apply to one position will lead to getting "email newsletters" about "other jobs you 'might' be interested in!" The process of inputting information across different platforms is tedious and redundant.
Here is one interesting and very thoughtful presentation related to this worth looking into https://vake.fi/wp-content/uploads/2_Skills_Data_Space_Overview_Presentation.pdf
It's true that an individual won't look for jobs all the time, but when you look at it from the bigger picture; economic situations differs from place to place and that can have an impact on the collective employment/unemployment rate of people. So it's always good to have an app such as this, since it would be a personalized for each user based on their data.