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Job Bank

A database, especially but not necessarily online, where job openings are listed. A job bank may show positions for a single company, in a certain industry or even in a geographic area. A job bank consolidates the job hunting process and in theory makes finding suitable positions easier.
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The job bank also uses the Transferable Occupational Relationship Quotient, a software system that identifies and matches skills to related occupations and industries to expand and target job search opportunities.
In this study, we sought to extend transaction cost theory (TCT) by addressing the gaps concerning job applicants' use of online job banks. We investigated the impact of four dimensions (information completeness, trust, asset specificity, and attitude toward use), and examined the effects of different demographic variables on job applicants' attitudes toward using job banks.
Many states' job banks have lists of current job openings.
DirectEmployers Association and The National Association of State Workforce Agencies (NASWA) have entered into a long-term alliance to develop and jointly administer an employer-funded national employment system to replace America's Job Bank, which has been discontinued by the U.S.
See how our imaginary jobseekers adapt to the special attributes of online job listings, choose particular job banks from the thousands available, and maximize the efficiency of electronic searches.
Job banks or career center solutions are job recruitment tools on the Internet.
Planned features include online community chat sessions, bulletin boards, job banks, virtual trade shows, and online training and education.
Today these range from job banks to interactive programs to help in job interviews.
Occasionally, the paper uses national online job banks like Monster Board and Career Mosaic, "but rarely because they have a national audience, so we don't find candidates that meet our needs so well,' Koo says.
The case manager regularly updates the job banks through her ongoing interaction with supervisors and managers.
Second, through the creation of industry wide job banks, businesses can develop leads for employees affected by downsizing.
Two focus groups recommended that job banks be established for persons with HIV/AIDS.