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A matching score is given for each job opening provided. Candidates will then tell the system how they feel about each job, so it can learn their preferences. (WorkTies)
A matching score is given for each job opening provided. Candidates will then tell the system how they feel about each job, so it can learn their preferences. (WorkTies)

Looking for your perfect job is a bit like looking for a relationship—it’s important to understand what you really want, and what will really work...




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