Interactive Searching Interface for Job Matching of Elderly Workers
In the aging Japanese society, most elderly people still have enough energy to work and have the potential to become essential labor forces. A job matching method that can allocate their unique abilities is required. However, the current job matching relies on each recruiter’s tacit knowledge, and the recruiter assigns only specific candidates to work profiles. In this paper, we propose an interactive job matching system that can reflect the recruiter’s tacit knowledge and help search for diverse elderly workers for each work profile. The results indicate that interactions of the proposed system can improve the matching diversity by retrieving recruiters’ tacit knowledge. When there is a work profile in which it is difficult to extract appropriate keywords, our interactions become most effective.
KeywordsJob matching Elderly workers Resume Interactive information retrieval
This material is based on work funded by S-innovation (Strategic Promotion of Innovative Research and Development) under Industry Academia Collaborative R&D programs administered by the Japan Science and Technology Agency (JST). We are also grateful to Circulation Co., Ltd. for their great help.
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