If finding the right job is like finding the right mate — in both cases, you need personal compatibility and similar goals — then Jojari can be considered the Match.com of career websites. The employee recruitment platform analyzes the resumes uploaded by users and uses a special algorithm to match those resumes with available positions.
Upload a resume to Jojari, and then relax with a cold drink while the web-based platform analyzes your skills, experience, and educational background. Jojari will run your resume against millions of available jobs listed on job boards and websites run by individual job providers, and then provide you with a list of opportunities that match your qualifications. All positions are mapped, making it easy for you to search for jobs close to home. Of course, finding a job is a two way street. Just because you fit the description of what an employer is looking for, doesn’t necessarily mean you’re interested in that position. Teach Jojari what you are and aren’t looking for in a career, and the web-application will take those factors into account the next time it runs a search on your behalf. The more you use Jojari, the better the application gets at finding positions that you’d be interested in.
Employers can use Jojari for cloud-based applicant tracking and sourcing. Hiring managers can publish internal roles across multiple social networks and job boards, and then analyze applicant quality and source data from within the web-based platform. They can also rely on Jojari’s artificial intelligence tools to filter out resumes from unqualified applicants before they ever reach their inboxes.
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