The number of online job boards are growing exponentially, some already far more popular than others both for job seekers and employers. In order to make their own mark, new job boards need to do something that really sets them apart, and Jobsket in Spain and Ireland is talking figures.
Jobsket is a typical job board in many ways. Job seekers can post their resumes and employers can advertise jobs that are open. The catch is that they actually place a value on each individual that gets their resume up there, telling them exactly what they're worth based on their experience and the type of job they're looking for. Obviously, since most people in the job market are hoping to increase their salaries or take steps forward in their careers; this can be a disadvantages so job seekers can hide this from prospective employers if they choose.
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What Jobsket also does provide, however, are averages of jobs - from the best paying and worst paying based on the valuation of actual resumes uploaded to the site. This can help people see where they stand and decide if it might be time to look for something new!
Jobsket has definitely set something up that makes them stand out, the only question is from a job hunter perspective, is it in a positive way or not?