[Update 11:50 am: If you’re interested in trying out RezScore new Match service, use this link for a free search.]
RezScore, the algorithm-based resume grading service first introduced here last fall, plans to roll out a new matching system to better connect employers with qualified candidates.
Match is designed to help employers generate leads, automatically sending them candidate matches in real time based on RezScore’s matching algorithms. The employer doesn’t even have to run a search — a seeming differentiation from, say, LinkedIn.
RezScore launched at the end of 2010 and now reports just shy of 500,000 users, cofounder and Chief Operating Officer Sean Weinberg told Technically Philly.-30-
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