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Job networking

R. P. Crabtree
1978 IBM Systems Journal  
Job networking by R. P. Crabtree In 1976 IBM announced a number of new systems programs for data communications.  ...  This paper discusses the evolution of a facility, generally called job networking, that permits job-related information to be sent between programming system components operating on computing systems that  ...  More specifically, a job network allows an enterprise to perform the functions discussed below. move With a job networking capability, a job can be entered into the job jobs network at any location and  ... 
doi:10.1147/sj.173.0206 fatcat:honf4337sbdevltr2qy5lub3rm

Network-Based Job Search

Gerhard Krug, Martina Rebien
2012 Zeitschrift für Soziologie  
As an alternative, we propose focusing comparative analyses of labor market outcomes on how individuals search for jobs and, more particularly, on whether they search for jobs via social networks.  ...  We also find no effects for non-monetary outcomes like job satisfaction.  ...  comparing network jobs to other jobs.  ... 
doi:10.1515/zfsoz-2012-0405 fatcat:mucdm7bluzdmtd7xuxdpdc2jei

Networking the Job Hunt [chapter]

Christina C. Willis
2020 Sustainable Networking for Scientists and Engineers  
And whenever you change jobs, your network is an investment that goes with you. Therefore, strategic and sustainable cultivation of your network should begin long before you need a new job.  ...  Then when you need a new job, you will already have a helpful network of people in place.  ... 
doi:10.1117/3.2535500.ch12 fatcat:umxos4rnfbeafjjqgwt5yksy54


Andrea Galeotti, Luca Paolo Merlino
2014 International Economic Review  
First, a positive correlation between unemployment rate and the proportion of job seekers who use social networks to find jobs-network use.  ...  We develop a model where social networks are used to collect job offers, but workers decide strategically how much to invest in their network.  ...  In fact, when job destruction rate is low, job contact networks are sparse which implies that network productivity is low.  ... 
doi:10.1111/iere.12087 fatcat:z3otkaqfwfepppp7el2mx56swu

Scheduling Maintenance Jobs in Networks [article]

Fidaa Abed and Lin Chen and Yann Disser and Martin Groß and Nicole Megow and Julie Meißner and Alexander T. Richter and Roman Rischke
2017 arXiv   pre-print
We investigate the problem of scheduling the maintenance of edges in a network, motivated by the goal of minimizing outages in transportation or telecommunication networks.  ...  We show that the problem can be solved in polynomial time in arbitrary networks if preemption is allowed.  ...  Given a network and maintenance jobs with processing times and feasible time windows, we need to decide on the temporal allocation of the maintenance jobs.  ... 
arXiv:1701.08809v1 fatcat:lzelw76snnal7ldiryawcalkjy


2008 Economic Papers - Economic Society of Australia  
This is followed by an analysis of the Job Network business model and how the operation of the Job Network has evolved in recent times.  ...  Turning then to the Job Network, it gives an overview of its operation using the limited data available.  ...  The Job Network Business Model As the data in the previous section indicate, the Job Network has assisted large number of job-seekers into jobs.  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1759-3441.2008.tb01044.x fatcat:5awmobrzbbfeznlldh3eoolpya

Transportation, Jobs, and Social Networks

Bruce Hartman
2018 Journal of Business Management & Economics  
For development policy decisions, assessments of a sector's impacts must include evaluating job creation in the proper networked sectors.  ...  Logistics clusters in the US provide economic benefit, but expansion has not produced proportionate sector job growth. We hypothesize a network effect not accounted for in traditional analysis.  ...  Jobs are important because each job represents at least one voter. Transportation infrastructure projects do create jobs while the project is being built.  ... 
doi:10.15520/jbme.2018.vol6.iss01.278.pp01-11 fatcat:h2bom6nwanatbjdb57kpb7f25u

Referral-based Job Search Networks

Christian Dustmann, Albrecht Glitz, Uta Schönberg, Herbert Brücker
2015 The Review of Economic Studies  
Overall, our findings imply that job search networks help to reduce informational deficiencies in the labor market and lead to productivity gains for workers and firms.  ...  This paper derives novel testable implications of referral-based job search networks in which employees provide employers with information about potential new hires that they otherwise would not have.  ...  of referral-based job search networks.  ... 
doi:10.1093/restud/rdv045 fatcat:y6hvbbqn7vg4xphw6sph6p7nou

Network job entry facility for JES2

R. O. Simpson, G. H. Phillips
1978 IBM Systems Journal  
Network job entry implementation A job submitted to JES2 consists of job control language (JCL) statements and possibly input data sets.  ...  A TSO user under OS/VS2 can submit a job to NJE for execution at any node in the job network by including a route control card within the job submitted.  ... 
doi:10.1147/sj.173.0221 fatcat:2cy3i6dm4bdnxji6a3ggp25454

Neural networks for job-shop scheduling

T.M. Willems, J.E. Rooda
1994 Control Engineering Practice  
A neural network structure has been developed which is capable of solving deterministic job-shop scheduling problems, part of the large class of np-complete problems.  ...  The network structure always produces feasible solutions, in less time, without the application of integer adjustments.  ...  The general job-shop scheduling problem will be used in this paper to exemplify the proposed neural network. Job-shop scheduling belongs to the class of npcomplete problems.  ... 
doi:10.1016/0967-0661(94)90571-1 fatcat:7oic2ahgu5ez5kyssquq2m3mnm

Job Finding, Job Loss and Consumption Behaviour

Emre Koc
2015 Social Science Research Network  
In this paper, we investigate the consumption behaviour of individuals who lose their jobs and those who find a job.  ...  their jobs.  ...  their probability of job finding.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.2574185 fatcat:zaca4qlvnrgitcudsnzohh5uk4

The Job Guarantee: Design, Jobs, and Implementation

Pavlina R. Tcherneva
2018 Social Science Research Network  
ABSTRACT The job guarantee (JG) is a public option for jobs.  ...  While it is first and foremost a jobs program, it has the potential to be transformative by advancing the public purpose and improving working conditions, people's everyday lives, and the economy as a  ...  Example 4 A local green nonprofit institute has extensive experience in creating, protecting, and expanding the network of public trails.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.3155289 fatcat:rwziub2j4ngkta6yfq34qt6e6m

Power-Aware Allocation of Graph Jobs in Geo-Distributed Cloud Networks [article]

Seyyedali Hosseinalipour, Anuj Nayak, Huaiyu Dai
2019 arXiv   pre-print
We develop a framework for efficient allocation of graph jobs in geo-distributed cloud networks (GDCNs), explicitly considering the power consumption of the datacenters (DCs).  ...  In the era of big-data, the jobs submitted to the clouds exhibit complicated structures represented by graphs, where the nodes denote the sub-tasks each of which can be accommodated at a slot in a server  ...  For a faster network coverage, multiple CCRs for each type of graph job can be assumed.  ... 
arXiv:1808.04479v4 fatcat:mxydpgbksff5tk3tmsekjqy6hy

Job-to-Job Flows and the Consequences of Job Separations

Bruce C. Fallick, John C. Haltiwanger, Erika McEntarfer
2012 Social Science Research Network  
Moreover, we find that workers separating from distressed firms are faster to find jobs at new employers than are other separators.  ...  We find that earnings outcomes depend much less on whether a job separation is associated with a distressed employer than on whether the separator experienced a jobless spell after the separation.  ...  job mobility.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.2196972 fatcat:eurmgvdswvgdthhkvnrcrx74mi

Job Changes and Individual-Job Specific Wage Dynamics

Laura Hospido
2009 Social Science Research Network  
Once controlled for individual and job-specific effects, the persistence within jobs is almost zero, whereas across jobs is significant but small. JEL Classification: C23, J31  ...  Job Changes and Individual-Job Specific Wage Dynamics * This paper develops an error components model that is used to examine the impact of job changes on the dynamics and variance of individual log earnings  ...  These data allow me to establish the distinction between voluntary job-to-job changes (quits) and involuntary job-to-job changes (job losses).  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.1399995 fatcat:ugf6arrnqfc4fp3wttvj3pdnhy
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