Looking for love (and career satisfaction) in all the wrong places?
E-Harmony is working on a new career assessment product, Elevated Careers, expected to launch in December.
According to an interview with CNN’s Erin Burnett, the company’s hoping that its skill in building algorithms to match lovebirds will also help match you to a future role.
The product is a career assessment tools used by employers to measure how compatible a job-seeker is to a particular company’s culture. At the moment, plans are that it will be paid for by companies and not job-seekers, and the company says it has three Fortune 100 customers on board.
See the CNN Interview here. What do you think?
Would you trust E-Harmony with your hopes and dreams for a long-term career match? Is this taking the job application process too over-the-top?