The “Get a Job Description” Web API allows developers to search and retrieve a collection of Job Descriptions using a limited set of parameters such as O*net keywords and location data. Responses contain a complete job description, which is typically used as-is, modified as necessary to match the job posting or to fit the job description. This functionality can improve the ability of external websites to obtain information about jobs or even allow for the creation of targeted search engines.
Many companies have a collection of frequently posted jobs on their corporate website, or in a third-party employment database. While these sites often provide detailed information about the jobs, they are often unable to match the descriptions with a match. The Job Describer function in the Get Job Search web API makes it possible to search and match a job description with availability. In addition, using the Describe function allows a company administrator to determine whether the position is job suitable according to a certain criteria, such as level of education or work experience.
Companies that post multiple jobs on their corporate site or in external databases may be forced to submit updated job offers to a limited number of organizations. To reduce the time spent reviewing and applying for available positions, the Job Description Web API allows employers to search for available jobs without work experience. Users can either perform a search using the full vocabulary of the job offer, or restrict the search to specific industries, geographic regions or keywords. In addition to the full vocabulary, companies can also specify the type of skills needed for the job, such as general engineering skills, for example. In addition, jobs can be searched based on keywords, such as “data entry”, or on industry, geographic region or job title.
The “Get Job Search Results” page on LinkedIn is another useful application that helps job seekers find their ideal job. This is where users can search for job offers by category, keywords or location. Job offers are listed below the LinkedIn profile and can be selected by clicking on the link. The “Get Job” button can be clicked to reveal a list of all matching jobs in order to apply for them. Similarly, the “Search” button can be used to refine the search to show only the specific information that is required.
The Get-Start-Job and Get-End-Job parameters works only on custom job types, such as workflow jobs and scheduled jobs. The parameters “enabled” and “auto” work only with the default parameters. The parameters “job_type” and “enabled” work with the specified job type. To specify the parameters, pass parameters as a text or array. The return type will be any type that is a valid Data Language Expression.
This parameter was introduced in 3.0 to make it easier for users to search for child jobs. The Search Child Jobs option was moved to the About Me tab instead of Search and this changed the way people could search for child jobs. Now users have to provide the name of the company and the year they joined the company. If the company is new, the default value is “new”. If you specify the company name and the year you joined, the Search Child Jobs option becomes Search and returns a list of matching child jobs that meet your criteria.