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John P Carty commented on John P Carty's blog post 'Frictional Unemployment and the Death of Boolean'
"Nicholas - Thanks for the comment! You mention that job titles are "nearly meaningless." I agree that some job titles are meaningless. It is certainly a messy process trying to group job titles together. Many job titles don't have…"
Jul 31, 2015
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Nicholas Meyler commented on John P Carty's blog post 'Frictional Unemployment and the Death of Boolean'
"I would be inclined to think of the necessity to expand the search parameters to permutations and combinations of various key-words or 'buzzwords' (and. of course, their synonyms, which makes a 'Thesaurus Algorithm' approach…"
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Frictional Unemployment and the Death of Boolean

In 2006, the company I was working for was bought by a group of private equity firms and they decided to outsource IT. My VP kept me in the business and trained me in process improvement. For the longest time, I wondered what I could do to protect my laid-off coworkers. Let's do what I was trained to do.The Reduce Frictional Unemployment ProjectDefine PhaseProblem Statement - The United…See More
Jul 30, 2015
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Frictional Unemployment and the Death of Boolean

In 2006, the company I was working for was bought by a group of private equity firms and they decided to outsource IT. My VP kept me in the business and trained me in process improvement. For the longest time, I wondered what I could do to protect my laid-off coworkers. Let's do what I was trained to do.The Reduce Frictional Unemployment ProjectDefine PhaseProblem Statement - The United…See More
Jul 30, 2015
Katrina Kibben commented on John P Carty's blog post 'The Job Description / Job Search Mismatch'
"Thanks for posting. This data is awesome. Keep it coming! "
Mar 19, 2015
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A blog post by John P Carty was featured

The Job Description / Job Search Mismatch

A recruiter posts a job and wonders, "Are these all the qualified candidates?" On the other side, a job seeker runs a job search and thinks, "Are these all the available jobs?" How does anyone know?Analyzing Job Postings Against Relevant SearchesOne way to see how well recruiters and job seekers find each other is to compare a set of job postings against relevant searches that should return those job postings. I'll evaluate Indeed because they are the industry leader according to…See More
Mar 19, 2015
John P Carty commented on Jeff Dickey-Chasins's blog post 'Job boards are the email of the recruiting world'
"I agree.  It's hard to argue against the economics of the job boards.  They maximize value and reduce search costs for the job seekers.  It's not like Google is going away anytime soon."
Mar 19, 2015
John P Carty commented on Roxanne Abercrombie's blog post 'SEO recruitment for dummies'
"This is a good article on SEO.  Sometimes the numbers on Google Adwords get inflated, such as people searching for blogger.com.  One way to deal with this is to cross-reference the search volume with what recruiters use in their job…"
Mar 19, 2015
John P Carty posted a blog post

The Job Description / Job Search Mismatch

A recruiter posts a job and wonders, "Are these all the qualified candidates?" On the other side, a job seeker runs a job search and thinks, "Are these all the available jobs?" How does anyone know?Analyzing Job Postings Against Relevant SearchesOne way to see how well recruiters and job seekers find each other is to compare a set of job postings against relevant searches that should return those job postings. I'll evaluate Indeed because they are the industry leader according to…See More
Mar 18, 2015
John P Carty commented on John P Carty's blog post 'Did Indeed Hide Your Job Postings? Deduplication Explained'
"@Matt I don't know much about LinkedIn Publisher, because I live under a rock. It doesn't look like they remove duplicates.  I looked at my pulse feed and Jim Yarsinsky had two articles with the same title - the first and…"
Mar 11, 2015
Wendy Matyjevich, SPHR commented on John P Carty's blog post 'Did Indeed Hide Your Job Postings? Deduplication Explained'
"Good info. Thanks!"
Mar 11, 2015

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I am on a mission to improve how job seekers and recruiters find each other.  Synonyms make it difficult.  My Thesaurus makes it easy.

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Frictional Unemployment and the Death of Boolean

In 2006, the company I was working for was bought by a group of private equity firms and they decided to outsource IT. My VP kept me in the business and trained me in process improvement. For the longest time, I wondered what I could do to protect my laid-off coworkers. Let's do what I was trained to do.

The Reduce Frictional Unemployment…

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Posted on July 30, 2015 at 1:30pm — 2 Comments

The Job Description / Job Search Mismatch

A recruiter posts a job and wonders, "Are these all the qualified candidates?" On the other side, a job seeker runs a job search and thinks, "Are these all the available jobs?" How does anyone know?

Analyzing Job Postings Against Relevant Searches

One way to see how well recruiters and job seekers find each other is to compare a set of job postings against relevant searches that should return those job postings. I'll evaluate Indeed because they are the…

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Posted on March 18, 2015 at 2:17pm — 1 Comment

Did Indeed Hide Your Job Postings? Deduplication Explained

If you are a recruiter and you are not familiar with Indeed's deduplication process, it could make it difficult for job seekers to find your job postings and undermine your recruitment efforts. All too often, Indeed marks job postings as duplicates when the jobs are truly distinct. Fortunately in some situations, you can use better job titles to make sure your jobs are not hidden.

The purpose of deduplication is to…

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Posted on March 10, 2015 at 4:18pm — 5 Comments

 
 
 

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