Using website job listings for dating


29-Jul-2017 03:56

"The e Harmony paradigm is: Go out and find people who are already married and figure out what predicts the happy ones and the unhappy ones, and then apply those models to single people," Carter said."The Elevated Careers version of that is: Go out and find people who are full-time employed, get them to describe themselves and their companies, and then apply those models to people that are thinking about working at those companies." To begin filling in information about the companies, the company began collecting information from resumes and profiles of platform users, company profiles submitted by current employees, and job listings.On Friday, e Harmony launched Elevated Careers, a new platform for job seekers aimed at matching them with potential companies based on 24 value, culture, and personality factors.

For companies that do not have a profile, e Harmony partnered with Global Market Insights to make recommendations based on geospatial data.However, there is also a skills matching layer that was built by a company called Burning Glass, that will also be a part of the Elevated Careers platform.



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