job seeker

Also found in: Dictionary.
See: candidate
References in periodicals archive ?
Summary: The ministry said all vacancies at any recruitment day must be attractive for job seekers.
Everything happens through the digital journey so neither the employer or job seeker have to go through a lot of hassles," she said.
This auto feature studies job seeker groups of overlapping career interests and qualifications and makes suggestions accordingly.
With behavioural job recommendations,'s technology uses the job seeker's behaviour on the site to recommend the most relevant opportunities.
Because cover letters are customized per position, the option of adding a video cover letter will appear after the job seeker selects the position and starts the application process.
In November of 2017, went live with its beta site, a job board and content source for local job seekers. In addition, they met with local Employers, Employment Services Groups, Trade Schools, & Training Companies to better understand the Construction market.
On the job seeker's side, only a quarter, 25 per cent, of them have claimed that it was very difficult to find jobs matching their skills level.
The two companies deployed the full programme to mortgage borrowers in 2013 and quickly extended availability of the Job Seeker's Toolkit to all Fifth Third online customers.
The 40 job seeker respondents were sampled from a DWP database of pilot participants and were from across eleven pilot areas chosen to represent a range of local labour markets.
Be as descriptive about the position as possible, but you don't want the job description to be so long that the job seeker needs to scroll down significantly to read the posting in its entirety.
Key features of the SMM applicable to unemployment counseling are a focus on behavior rather than attitude, cost-effective interventions (such as feedback), interventions that are research based and derived in conjunction with job seeker groups, and recognition of competing alternatives to the desired behavior.
Read about this and other findings from recent Gallup research on the many ways job seekers look for new work in the Internet age.