Facebook has developed an application aimed at matching its users with available jobs as part of an initiative with the US government dubbed the Social Jobs Partnership (SJP). "Nearly a year ago, the US Department of Labor joined the Social Jobs Partnership to explore better ways to connect people with job information through …
Want a job? Here, sign up with facebook first.
Re: Want a job? Here, sign up with facebook first.
I'd rather be on benefits than sign up to Facebook.
"I'd rather be on benefits than sign up to Facebook."
Benefits, benefits... rings a bell somehow. What was it again?
Oh yes, "soft targets".
What, providing Facebook with even *more* personal data?
You know, I find it jaw dropping just how far the brain washing has gone.
You must be out of your mind to give FB more than it already has. Both FB and Google have proven you're only one programming mistake from disclosure, and they have also demonstrated that there is f*ck all business reasons to worry about that because the fines are less than they spend in an hour on coffee and stationery.
Re: What, providing Facebook with even *more* personal data?
You have a vastly over-inflated view of how interesting you are.
So Facebook is getting paid to make an unremarkable database interface, which looks like these sites did 10 years ago? I guess the innovation is that it sends your Facebook data to employers, so they can try to figure out what type of person you are from the crap you are likely to buy. For all innovation on the data-selling side, I'd hope for a user interface that doesn't suck.
Facebook is for nonsense. I would hate to have to start being well behaved on there.
LinkedIn is where I pretend like I'm a decent person.
Re: Bad idea!!!
Me too, except I'm not on LinkedIn.
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