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In recent years, online job and candidate searches have become increasingly important and a growing number of CVs and resumes is now available in digital form. Despite recurring announcements of their demise, and even if the delivery format and selection of information has changed, the need for details on a candidate’s professional background persists. Thus, more and more businesses are turning to automation tools to handle the increasing volume of CVs and resumes. However, because these documents are not standardized, » Read more about: A resume of CV parsing. Great candidate experience vs. ATS optimization – is a trade-off truly inevitable? »
According to the Future of Jobs Report 2020, the World Economic Forum estimates that 85 million jobs will be displaced while 97 million new jobs will be created across 26 countries by 2025 through an AI-driven shift in the division of labor driven. AI technology will have a profound effect on the nature of work for many jobs and our workers will require reskilling or constant upskilling to prepare for changing and new jobs. » Read more about: Building the AI-ready workforce: A switch for mid-career PMETs to the tech sector »
The current worldwide pandemic has catapulted the labor market into a state of unprecedented turbulence. According to the OECD, the impact on jobs just within the first three months has been 10 times that of the 2008 financial crisis. Entire sectors such as hospitality, civil aviation and cultural sectors have been hit hard, resulting in mass job losses and collapsing self-employed incomes. On the other hand, e-commerce and supermarkets, courier and logistics services, » Read more about: If not now, then when? Digitalizing PES in times of COVID – and what it costs. »
This is the fourth and last in a series of posts about skills. If you haven’t already, we recommend you read the other posts first: Cutting through the BS and Sorry folks, but “Microsoft Office” is NOT a skill and The poison apple of “easy” skills data – are you ready to give up that sweet taste?
In the third post of this series, we discussed the challenges and opportunities of online job advertisement (OJA) data. » Read more about: Analyzing skills data. Can you see the gorilla? »
This is the third in a series of posts about skills. If you haven’t already, read the other posts first:
Cutting through the BS and Sorry folks, but “Microsoft Office” is NOT a skill.
In the second post of this series, we discussed skills and the issues around defining and specifying them. Assuming we can reach some kind of common understanding of this valuable new currency, the next step is to find a way to generate meaningful skills and job data. » Read more about: The poison apple of “easy” skills data – are you ready to give up that sweet taste? »