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We here at Transmosis recently underwent an exhaustive study of the current and relevant internet-based job-placement tools available. Our findings have already communicated a few early trends.
- It is very common for these internet-based instruments to have some sort of social media component. This component is so common and pervasive, in fact, that it is not even included as its own distinct categorization.
- Many of the instruments share dual or even triple identities across different categorizations or buckets. In the high (and ever increasing) level of competitiveness, companies are pushed to both differentiate themselves and address as many different facets of the employment process as possible.
- Many have “matching algorithms” to enable the best marriage of job seeker and employer, many have “integrated software platforms” where employers can consolidate all their hiring decisions, and many have career advice and resources publications to offer.
The holistic conglomerate can seem both confusing and overwhelming at first, but using the given careful categorizations, one can start to weave through the options and, based on individual characteristics, determine what tools are personally relevant and useful.