Differences in language use: Insights from job and talent search
B Salehi, B Kazimipour, T Baldwin
ADCS '19: Proceedings of the 24th Australasian Document Computing Symposium | ACM | Published : 2019
© 2019 Association for Computing Machinery. Search platforms can have more than one type of user, e.g., those who provide and those who consume content. As an example, in a job/talent search platform, content providers are: (1) job seekers who provide CVs, and (2) hirers who provide job advertisements; content consumers, on the other hand, are: (3) job seekers searching for specific jobs, and (4) hirers/recruiters searching for candidates to fill particular positions. As a result, there are four types of users, each with potentially different patterns of language use. In this paper, we compare the language used by different groups of users in job/talent search, by way of word embeddings pre-..View full abstract
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Awarded by Australian Research Council
This research was partially supported by Australian Research Council Project LP150100252 and SEEK Ltd.