Jobcase is here and its looking to be the LinkedIn for everyone who isn't on LinkedIn - for those that might not have an advanced enough skill set but need jobs, or those who are looking for something along the line of advice and moral support.
Founder Fred Goff used to run a hedge fund, using machine learning to predict the markets and make money. But now, he's using those machine-learning algorithms to help people find jobs.
Goff created Jobcase in 2014, with a mission to serve people who were overlooked by traditional job websites.
"If you go from Dunkin' Donuts to Starbucks to Marriott, you [have to] prove yourself over and over and over, you constantly have to start over," he says.
He says it doesn't work anymore to move up the ladder at one company, like his grandfather did, working at a factory in Ohio.
"Everyone kind of has to be their own free agent, but it's not obvious how to work that," he says.
It was obvious to Goff, though. So he created a platform to manage the future of work.
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