Delaware-based 133T promises to be the world’s first truly automated job platform, which will match candidates’ profiles with the most compatible skill-based job description, and potentially allow for automated applications to be sent out. The next-generation patent-pending platform is aimed to ensure more efficient recruitment for employers and more plausible job finds for the aspiring employees faster than ever.
The platform is intended to officially debut this month, and will be initially available throughout the U.S. but the company also has plans to expand in Canada, the UK, Australia, and ultimately globally. Per 133T CEO Karim Harvey, the website will enable job seekers to auto-apply for as many as 50 jobs in just one hour-long sitting.
“133T’s goal is to breathe new life into the jobs platform arena, which has been stagnant for too long. We’re looking forward to introducing new technologies to the field to connect candidates with their most desired jobs faster than ever, and making recruitment easier, quicker and more effective for employers. Just think: a better recruitment tool that will extend a better service for less,” said Mr. Harvey.
Statistically, it takes between 40-80 hours a week to find new employment. The revolutionary 133T software is designed to automate the most tedious aspects of job hunting and speed up the overall process of procuring employment. The next-generation platform will match the job seeker’s profile to a pertinent skill-based job description so that they only receives messages about the most pertinent job advertisements.
“The current employment marketplace is marred with tremendous inefficiency. But 133T will update the whole process by making it convenient and accessible for job-seekers and employers. In simple words- it would independently match up the ‘right’ candidate to the ‘right’ position. The software is in ways more surprising than Slack and may be more impactful than any new website since Twitter”, added Joshua Walters, one of the early alpha testers of 133T.
Another tester, John F., pointed out how employers would benefit as well: “133T is like having an extra technical recruiter on board going through all of your candidates, making the vetting process more efficient and extremely fast on the back end.”
133T is currently in its beta-stage and is accepting sign-ups from employers looking to post job descriptions for suitable candidates.
SOURCE 133T Inc.
Edited by G. Davila