Just in time for the start of the big application period for summer jobs, we have compiled our own list of startups that help find one’s dream job.
The Austrian startup partners up with big firms and attracts users by giving them the opportunity to joyfully explore their talents, linking them to the big corporates. By using personality tests and games, users can compete against each other and impress recruiters that search the network for young professionals. Read more about them here.
“I’m sorry, we’ve decided to hire a more experienced candidate.” Does this sound painfully familiar? It’s particularly challenging for young people trying to find a job. That’s why Bulgarian startup Jobio has decided to do something about it by helping job candidates to demonstrate their skills and have them matched with the most suitable job. Read more about them here.
The Estonian startup connects job seekers with companies that need extra staff for a short period of time and quite often, on short notice. Who is it for? People who want to have the flexibility to when and where they want to work. Read more about the team here.
The Romanian venture is a recruitment portal that specialises in cross-border job openings and claims to have access to a network of 500 partner agencies and more than two million candidates in their online directory. Today, the team has offices in Romania, Germany, France and the UK.
Team InHiro wants to solve one specific issue on the market for high potentials: They usually already have a job and, frankly, they don’t browse offerings. The founder duo believes that the best employees often come from startups’ existing networks and employees. With their help, startups on the search for talents can share their ad on social media and find the best candidates for a job. Read more about them here.
Slovak LiveDispatcher allows HR managers to track the activities of their field workers in real time, while potential employees can view what jobs are available in their vicinity.
Discovering and hiring the right developer is – like with any other job position, not all that easy. Ukrainian Scout-o-Matic has therefore created a search engine that matches the skills and location of a developer with potential employers.