JobDeck. + TwitJobSearchTweetdeck TweetDeck, a Twitter client, and other social networks-most used and recognized has launched an application that facilitates the tasks of job search by filtering the offers launched in Twitter: JobDeck. The social media becoming more important every day in work and business, the social layer of the Web allows you to filter, to suggest and recommend faster and easier between nodes, ie through contacts between users.
Twitjobsearch, the job search engine via Twitter that takes just over a year of running, has partnered with TweetDeck to offer a client that allows you to keep up on your favorite social networks-Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, etc- and, in turn, have a column with the tweets of 25 experts in human resources as well as another dedicated to TwitJobSearch tweets. Is this enough? Probably not. However interesting may be the above, or offers to publish TwitJobSearch, network, and social media, offering practical and direct ways to find a job.
Twitter is published-presumably-nearly 400,000 jobs each month, and, frankly, TwitJobSearch appears to have no power or enough semantic intelligence to filter tweets by tweets job offers that are not. We have done some random searches and the results have been, at best, bizarre.
A search using the term “journalist” returns hundreds of tweets containing that term even without any kind of relationship with job offers. Using the filtering options in the right column can be classified into several categories, all of them totally useless with the exception of country, which, for some reason he could not quite guess, it screened, in some cases, the results properly.
TwitJobSearch search for “journalist”
As if this were a matter of language, English is monopolizing much more than half of all the tweets, we tested the equivalent search: “journalist” and even better-looking especially twitter accounts that are dedicated specifically to “sing “jobs-the result is not satisfactory. Fewer still know that there are other services that work considerably better.
When something is on everyone’s lips in this case Twitter and social media-sometimes seems to have to adapt all aspects of our lives to this new reality. JobDeck TwitJobSearch and, at least today, are more hype than helpful. They are an example of how complicated a task made easier every day tools such as LinkedIn or Jobsket.
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