Joblist, a job search platform that personalizes the process of finding and landing a job, has launched publicly to address the needs of the millions of Americans facing historic unemployment. They offer some new matching technology and procure jobs from aggregation.
The company emailed me a press release last week and says;
The platform surfaces AI-driven job matches tailored to an applicant’s preferences and is the first-ever job search site to introduce collaboration to the job search, allowing applicants to create and share the list of jobs they’re interested in with their friends, family, and network.
A few details on what makes them unique:
Asks a few short questions to understand job seeker’s current circumstances and goals Allows candidates to find jobs that align with their values such as B Corp, diversity, sustainable, etc. Uses AI to cut down on messy unstructured listings found on conventional job sites 58% of job seekers say the process is isolating and lonely; Joblist solves this by allowing them to share their list of jobs with friends and family who could help in the process
Joblist was built out of Wilbur Labs, a San Francisco-based startup studio, which has invested $4 million in the company. After
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