Does anyone know of a job search website that matches people to jobs based on skills?

I’m basically thinking of something that will think of every imaginable skill people can have in the workplace, and you’ll check something like “I have skill and experience,” “I have skill but not experience,” “I have experience but no skill (sad)” and then will produce a drop-down window that matches your answers to jobs — sort of a virtual placement counselor. Has anyone seen anything like that?
Ignore the “drop down window” part. I really just confused matters.
Hey Kevin. I checked it out. It’s interesting. Definitely on the right track though it’s only available in Texas and California right now and I’m in New York. The only real problems I saw with it are a) it forces you to choose a line of work in which you’re interested and I don’t want to do that, and b) Every skill question asks if you’re certified in the skill and in some cases it isn’t applicable. There’s no “not applicable” button.

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3 Responses to “Does anyone know of a job search website that matches people to jobs based on skills?”

  1. Kevin in Texas says:

    There’s a new website called Itzbig.com that is supposed to work like the datings sites, in that it tries to match as many skills/qualifications from the applicant and the company.

    I don’t think it’s available nationwide, but it’s worth a try.

    Make sure you answer the questions to the best of your ability. It will give you a percentage of how well you meet the requirements of the job.

  2. Lashon h says:

    Try Careerbuilder.com or monster.com

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