Naturally, people use search terms that match their interests and experience, with phrases like ‘engineering jobs’ or ‘jobs in finance.’ And it’s no surprise that people often add geographical factors to narrow the results, such as ‘in Dallas,’ ‘near me,’ or ‘remote.’
What’s intriguing is that job seekers also use terms that identify their backgrounds and that reveal truths about themselves. We know this because web analytics allow us to see how many people are using phrases like ‘diversity jobs,’ ‘jobs for Hispanics,’ ‘African American jobs,’ ‘jobs for Asians,’ ‘bilingual jobs,’ ‘multicultural jobs,’ ‘jobs for women,’ ‘LGBT jobs,’ ‘disability jobs,’ etc.
These millions of searches reveal three critical components of job search:
That’s the reason for DiversityJobs.com
Our mission is to promote diversity and inclusion in the workplace by creating a space where job seekers can start meaningful careers with employers who value diversity.
If you are an employer looking to engage diverse candidates, learn about how our job scraping services can boost your diversity recruiting efforts, and read about supported Applicant Tracking Systems. Contact Us to discuss your needs and to schedule a demo.