The technology that is becoming more democratized in companies is making the meeting between supply and demand for employment more fluid.
What if the solution to achieving full employment came from digital technology? For several years now, artificial intelligence (AI) has been investing all aspects of society. The choice of a route on his smartphone, a recommendation for a movie or an appointment with a doctor now result from the use of this technology. The labor market and its data goldmine are no exception. More and more companies, and even the public employment service, rely on solutions incorporating artificial intelligence to facilitate recruitment. And in a few years, its generalization could greatly contribute to the fluidification of the labor market.
In concrete terms, the objective of the tools currently available is to facilitate the match between supply and demand for skills. Or at least to make it more efficient, because very often, during the hiring process, recruiters face applicants who do not have…