Why are job search engines and jobs sites like JDM Engines hiring employees with high school diplomas?
Posted On August 3, 2021
Posted May 22, 2018 03:37:14Industry experts are calling out job search sites like Jobseeker, JDM Engine, and JobScout for using outdated information to promote their employees with diplomas and credentials that they claim are essential for a job in the aerospace industry.JDM Engins hiring process has not changed since its inception, which allowed them to hire individuals with a diploma and credentials from high schools.
It has only gotten better since the introduction of the new National Council on Skills and Competencies (NCSC), a national organization of the federal government tasked with creating skills and education requirements for the workforce.JDSigns CEO Tom Clements says he is not aware of any specific instances of employers using a job seeker with a diplomas to hire an employee, but they do happen, especially when companies have no idea how the candidate works and don’t have a way to verify a background.
Jdsigns is using the job seekers current CV, resume, and social media profile as a source of data to help determine what skills and competencies the employee has.
“I think that is pretty accurate.
There are a number of things that people do that are not necessarily related to the job that they’re doing, but we do know from the history of the company that they are very concerned with that and have very rigorous standards for that,” Clements said.
Clements also said that he is aware of a few instances where JobSeeker used job seekers with an E-1 certificate and a degree from an accredited college in order to promote jobs.
Job seekers with a certificate have to be able to show their work experience and have an average of 15 years of experience in their field.
Jobseeker also uses job seekers’ social media profiles as part of the process, and has also been in the habit of using their personal Twitter profile for the job search site, Clements added.
Job seekers with diplomaries can also be promoted through a variety of means, including in-person interviews and in person sales.
Clements is confident that Jobsecker and JobSearch.com will work with employers to ensure that job seekers who have diplomas can be promoted to the next level.
Job seeker has also used the job seeker’s previous CV and resume in order for them to promote an individual to a position within the company.
“Job seekers are using that for a variety, but it’s also a very common thing.
We also know that if a job candidate is using a resume that is the first thing that is used by our recruiters,” Cinges said.
Job search sites use data from JobScouts job seekers past experience, as well as other sources such as their social media, to determine who is qualified for the position.
“A lot of it is not that the employer has no idea.
A lot of times the job searchers will not know how to use a resume and will use a LinkedIn profile and will post things like this, ‘I’m a recent college grad, I have a degree in Mechanical Engineering and I’m looking for a position at a top aerospace company,'” Clements explained.”
If they’ve done a little bit of research and they’re looking at the resume of somebody who’s actually got a degree or a certificate, they’re not going to do a resume review.
They’re going to post a resume.
That’s what we call ‘salesmanship.’
That’s the job.
They don’t need to go through the process of looking at their resume.
They’ll post a CV and say, ‘Oh I’m a high school graduate, I graduated from a top university, I’ve got a Bachelors degree in the STEM field, I’m in the Army and I have six years of full-time experience.'”
The National Council of the Federal Government is responsible for creating the national skill and education standards for the country’s workforce.
According to the Council’s website, the Council is “working toward the goal of making the U.S. a leader in technology, knowledge, and innovation.”
JobSeeker and Jdsignes are not the only job search and job site sites using outdated or misleading information.
Many job search websites, like LinkedIn, have posted inaccurate information about job seekers ability to do the job, or have used inaccurate information in order in order attract potential job seekers.
LinkedIn also has a reputation for hiring job seekers that have high school degrees and diplomas.
In addition to Jobseer and JobSearcher, other companies are using outdated and misleading information to advertise their positions.
LinkedIn is using job seekers CV and social networking profiles to promote positions.
JobSearch and Jobseker are using the same information.