Choose the perfect classification tool for your skills and job data
JANZZ offers five different classifiers, depending on your use case.
This is the ideal choice if you simply need a no-frills solution to classify job titles according to your favorite classification systems, say for statistical purposes. Simply enter a job title in one of the supported languages and the classifier will return the associated classification code and standardized term in each desired classification system or taxonomy.
If you want to extract and classify job titles from job postings, this Online Job Advertisement classifier will get it done. OJAclassifier! detects the job title in a posting if available, or determines the closest match based on the job description if no job title is explicitly mentioned. It then returns a list of most probable job titles and their associated codes in each classification system you specified.
If you are interested in more granular information such as the associated skills and responsibilities of jobs, our Multiple Entity Job Posting classifier is what you need. MEJPclassifier! can parse a job description to extract and classify any information from categories such as occupation, hard or soft skills, experience, qualifications, industry, contract type and many others into a set of predefined classes.
If you are looking for a tool to restructure job postings of improve the results of your parser, use this sectionizing classifier. Unlike the other classifiers, this tool does not classify occupational data as such. Instead, it divides job postings into several sections which it then classifies according to their content, i.e., title, company description, offer, duties, etc.
If your focus is on skills and you want to significantly improve the skills matching in your recruiting software or talent marketplace, increase the outreach of your job postings, or generate clean, validated, contextualized data for use in official statistics and policymaking, this is the tool you need. This classifier detects the semantic context of each skill to verify its meaning in each occurrence and translate it into a standardized, unambiguous synonym together with the required level of knowledge and related skills.