MyCareersFuture.sg has recently announced that local jobseekers will soon have plenty more postings and updates to look forward to, with the roll-out of new features to be completed by June of 2019.
Employers, meanwhile, may be able to save time in identifying suitable candidates.
Workforce Singapore (WSG) – which runs the portal – said in a media release that it is testing technology that could recommend the most relevant job applicants to employers based on information in their curricula vitae.
There are an average of 23,000 job posts on the site each month, and this will rise to more than 35,000 by June, an increase of about 50 per cent, said the statutory board. This is because the portal will also display a selection of posts from global job site Indeed, which has signed an agreement with WSG. The job posts are by locally registered companies.
Jobseekers looking for jobs on Google, LinkedIn, JobsCentral and Jooble are now also able to see vacancies from MyCareersFuture.sg, which was launched in April last year to replace the interface of the existing Jobs Bank for users.
The new portal is more high-tech and can prioritise search results according to the relevance of a job seeker’s skills with the aim of better matching jobs seekers to vacancies.
More than 500,000 people have visited the portal so far, said WSG in its first official update on the site.
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