Job Security Score

Job Security Score

A calculation of an individual's job security, which measures the likelihood that the individual will keep his/her job. Personal demographics, one's skill set, levels of outsourcing and job migration all affect one's Job Security Score. One may think of it as analogous to a credit score.
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Scorelogix's invention, the Job Security Score (JSS), is a better predictor of consumers' ability to pay than credit bureau scores, the Income Stability Score (ISS) is a better customer targeting tool, and the Debt Collectability Score (DCS) is a better tool for increasing collections effectiveness.
Launched in March 2004 and published monthly since February 2006, the Scorelogix[R] Job Security Index is based on an analysis of thousands of Job Security Scores for individuals across the nation and represents how economy, technology, international trade and competition, outsourcing, etc, impact jobs and job security.
Launched in March 2004 and published monthly since January 2006, the Scorelogix Job Security Index is based on an analysis of thousands of Job Security Scores for individuals across the nation and represents how economy, technology, international trade and competition, outsourcing, etc, impact jobs and job security.