When you’re in the final stages of your career, the internet may have changed the way you work, but it’s not stopping you from applying for a new job.
The Federal Reserve is warning about the impact of a growing tide of online job seekers, as they look to the tech giant to help them fill open positions.
The U.S. central bank is asking businesses to consider a new way to weed out applicants who don’t fit the profile of a “good fit” and is calling for more tools to weed the field.
The Fed also is urging businesses to use job search apps and social media to help weed out those who are not fitting the mold.
It said it is working to address job search needs across the U.C.L.A. region, including California, New York and Florida.
For those who can’t find a job online, they are also going to have to work through the job search process through a job board, such as Glassdoor, which is part of the Federal Reserve’s job search efforts.
The company said it would add a third tool to the system by mid-year.
Glassdoor’s CEO, Jeff Chester, said in an interview that he expects the tool will be part of a new tool that is being developed by the Federal Open Market Committee, which oversees monetary policy.
“I think it will be a tool that will be useful to people in the private sector,” Chester said.
“It’ll be a way for employers to quickly get an idea of what their workforce is looking for.
And I think we will see a lot of that coming in.”
The Fed is also pushing companies to better handle the job seekers they are trying to hire, including by offering them a chance to review their resume and interviews to help identify candidates who could fit their needs.
The agency said it also wants companies to create “jobs that will stand the test of time,” which can include hiring a team to help train workers, creating a career site to help candidates apply for jobs and working with job seekers to create and deliver a personalized career website.
Glassdoor said in a statement that it has added thousands of jobs and is working with businesses to build the platform.
Glasshole has also created a “preference” feature for applicants to help with selection.
The Federal Reserve said in its job search guide that it is also looking to the private market to help the unemployed, especially young people, and said the agency is also helping to educate job seekers on job search methods and tools.
The new tool is expected to be rolled out by the end of the year.
As the economy continues to recover from the Great Recession, the Federal Trade Commission is urging companies to help workers find a new gig.
The commission also is asking companies to share job vacancies with the public through a new website that will allow employers to offer job postings.
Federal Trade Commission Chairwoman Edith Ramirez, a Democrat, said the Fed is taking the task seriously.
“This is the tip of the iceberg,” she said.
Employers and job seekers have already begun to share the new tool with each other through social media.
On Tuesday, Twitter introduced a job search tool for job seekers that will let employers find job vacancies through social networking.