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jobseeker

(ˈdʒɒbsiːkə)
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(Social Welfare) social welfare an unemployed person who is receiving jobseeker's allowance
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An Emirati job seeker should receive a minimum wage of Dh5,000 from the private sector in a recruitment day, according to the Ministry of Human Resources and Emiratisation.
"Today, all the job seeker has to do is log into the system using their smart pass to upload their CV.
With behavioral job recommendations, Bayt.com's technology uses the job seeker's behavior on the site to recommend the most relevant opportunities.
Successful online job hunting depends on relevancy; how closely a job seeker's qualifications match the job requirements.
"Standing out from the competition crowd has become easier now; we are bringing a personal touch to the CV and cover letter of each job seeker on Bayt.com," said Suhail Masri, VP of Employer Solutions, Bayt.com.
Co-Founder and President, Eli Triff, a local entrepreneur committed to a "complete" job seeker experience across all industries declared, "This is not another business set up to capitalize on a booming industry while providing an average level of service.
From a job seeker's perspective, according to respondents, the number one reason for not finding jobs fitting their skills set, according to 33 per cent, is a "lack of awareness" of what skills are in high demand.
The assistance included one-on-one job coaching, NextJob's proprietary online training program, called the Job Seeker's Toolkit, and weekly coach-led job club webinars.
The practice of making benefits conditional on job seeker behaviour has been increasingly widened so that it is now included in many programmes for the unemployed.
AgCareers.com recently released results from an online survey, "Insights on Recruitment in Agriculture--A job Seeker Survey."
Within a public employment agency, appropriate feedback models should address both the personal needs of the job seeker and the governmental driven needs of the organization.
"The initial rsum screening process is so impersonal now," said one 28-year-old job seeker when asked about frustrations during the most recent job search.