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Salience and Market-aware Skill Extraction for Job Targeting [article]

Baoxu Shi, Jaewon Yang, Feng Guo, Qi He
2020 arXiv   pre-print
To address the above drawbacks, we present , our deployed salience and market-aware skill extraction system.  ...  Based on the above promising results, we deployed the online to extract job targeting skills for all 20M job postings served at LinkedIn.  ...  In this paper, we tackle the problem of building salience and market-aware skill extraction model for job targeting.  ... 
arXiv:2005.13094v1 fatcat:pcej4skuqjadviqrmdfgtckieu

A Survey on Skill Identification from Online Job Ads

Imane Khaouja, Ismail Kassou, Mounir Ghogho
2021 IEEE Access  
In particular, we evaluated and classified the prior work aiming to identify the skill bases used for analyzing job market needs; the type of extracted skills; the skill identification methods; the studied  ...  INDEX TERMS Information extraction, job market needs, online job ads, skill identification, unstructured text. 118136 VOLUME 9, 2021  ...  EXISTING APPLICATIONS OF SKILL IDENTIFICATION 1) SKILL EXTRACTION AND JOB MARKET ANALYSIS Job market analysis is incontestably a valuable input and a resourceful asset for many entities, e.g.  ... 
doi:10.1109/access.2021.3106120 fatcat:6qesk5koenh37bgoxpfztlk4wa

Lend me your wallets: the effect of charismatic leadership on external support for an organization

Francis J. Flynn, Barry M. Staw
2004 Strategic Management Journal  
Second, an experiment was conducted in which the salience of charismatic leadership was manipulated, along with information about the prospects for an organization's turnaround.  ...  Results showed that appeals from a charismatic leader led to increased investment in the firm, and the leader's influence was greater when the prospects for an organizational turnaround were more difficult  ...  For the past 10 months, Jobs and a new team of executives have been busy revamping the company's product line and creating a fresh new image for Apple.  ... 
doi:10.1002/smj.377 fatcat:unuhmsxoqjh6zjwvud3xzpcg3m

Subjective social inclusion: A conceptual critique for socially inclusive marketing

Tana Cristina Licsandru, Charles Chi Cui
2018 Journal of Business Research  
effects of ethnic self-referencing, ethnic self-awareness, ethnic self-identification and self-congruity.  ...  This paper initiates a new research agenda of marketing to disadvantaged individuals, with implications for future research, practice, and public policy.  ...  Marketers and advert designers may draw on our model to identify focal areas and explore approaches to tap the strength of ethnic identity salience of the target market, and enhance the effectiveness of  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.jbusres.2017.08.036 fatcat:36qoiw7tc5c25calyreybqfate

Influences on NHS Health Check behaviours: a systematic review

Lou Atkins, Chryssa Stefanidou, Tim Chadborn, Katherine Thompson, Susan Michie, Fabi Lorencatto
2020 BMC Public Health  
Potential intervention types and behaviour change techniques (BCTs) were suggested to target key influences. We identified 37 studies reporting nine behaviours and influences for eight of these.  ...  The following techniques are suggested for websites or smartphone apps: Adding objects to the environment, e.g. provide HCPs with electronic schedules to guide timely delivery of Health Checks to target  ...  Acknowledgements The authors thank Centre for Behaviour Change Research Associate Silje Zinc for her assistance in screening papers. Authors' contributions CS, TC and KT conceived the study.  ... 
doi:10.1186/s12889-020-09365-2 pmid:32938432 pmcid:PMC7495879 fatcat:x6hyrwip6bbfzoh6rppdwqsbda

The hidden face of job insecurity

Duncan Gallie, Alan Felstead, Francis Green, Hande Inanc
2016 Work, Employment and Society  
It shows that job status insecurity is highly prevalent in the workforce and is associated with different individual, employment and labour market characteristics than those that affect insecurity about  ...  Drawing on nationally representative data for British employees, the article argues for a more comprehensive concept of job insecurity, including not only job tenure insecurity but also job status insecurity  ...  performance through closer monitoring of work outcomes (through targets and appraisals) and greater attention to raising skill levels.  ... 
doi:10.1177/0950017015624399 fatcat:jdb5a7k7tvdt7cugxzkvfj2fvu

Apprenticeship orientation as planned behavior in educational choices: a path model of antecedent beliefs

Kalervo Friberg
2014 Empirical Research in Vocational Education and Training  
Methods: A research question concerning initiative, independence, and self-guidance, hypothesized to be proximal antecedents of part-time job willingness and apprenticeship willingness was answered.  ...  Part-time Job willingness served as a mediating variable. Independence interest belief and the mediating variable part-time willingness correlated negatively.  ...  Workrelated attitudes, habits, and interpersonal skills serve as important predictors of job success and satisfaction (Fitzgerald 1986 ).  ... 
doi:10.1186/s40461-014-0007-z fatcat:m5zhsslkunb7bhv4ervenchjie

The Digitalization of Work and Social Justice: Reflections on the Labour Process of English Further Education Teachers [chapter]

James Avis, Cheryl Reynolds
2017 Professional and Practice-based Learning  
The result is a labour market in which there is polarisation of skill (Cedefop, 2012) .  ...  (Marazzi, 2011: 113) Some commentators have argued that the salience of language, emotions, relational and communicative skills reflect the feminisation of labour (Morini, 2007) .  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-63257-5_14 fatcat:62ejiv4cz5c6zkjmt2odkkphwy

Do Attitudes about Immigration Predict Willingness to Admit Individual Immigrants?

Shanto Iyengar, Simon Jackman, Solomon Messing, Nicholas Valentino, Toril Aalberg, Raymond Duch, Kyu S. Hahn, Stuart Soroka, Allison Harell, Tetsuro Kobayashi
2013 Public Opinion Quarterly  
Using an experimental design, we demonstrate the applicability of the "personpositivity bias" to immigration and investigate the effects of economic and cultural "deservingness" on evaluations of individual  ...  for the unskilled immigrant may stem from an awareness of this economic reality. the striking across-the-board effect of job skills is inconsistent with the argument that a similarly skilled immigrant  ...  respondents to express greater support for the immigrant when the immigrant's job skills diverged from their own. in all the above countries, both professionals and manual workers preferred the skilled  ... 
doi:10.1093/poq/nft024 fatcat:j73qcfqbxfa77byi53ktoxyvpu

Race at Work: A Comparative History of Mining Labor and Empire on the Central African Copperbelt and the Fushun Coalfields, ca. 1907–1945

Duncan Money, Limin Teh
2022 International Labor and Working-Class History  
Yet anyone who visited either of these places would immediately and unavoidably have become aware of a basic fact about both: that racial hierarchies governed life and work on the mines.  ...  This article is about that basic fact, and in it we aim to make a two-fold contribution: First, it is a comparative history of mining regions, which, although it might seem an area of study ripe for comparison  ...  Mechanization resulted in a greater division of labor, increased specialization of jobs, and greater demand for skilled labor.  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0147547921000132 fatcat:jmpvettfyraozn4ixacx2zr56e

Creating value with eHealth: identification of the value proposition with key stakeholders for the resilience navigator app

Aniek Lentferink, Louis Polstra, Austin D'Souza, Hilbrand Oldenhuis, Hugo Velthuijsen, Lisette van Gemert-Pijnen
2020 BMC Medical Informatics and Decision Making  
In addition, the sub-goal is to increase skills for effective stress management.  ...  In general, the Resilience Navigator app's main goal is to increase awareness of personal stress levels and causes of stress.  ...  Also, we would like to thank Hilde Oldersma and Lieke Hovenga for their role as research assistant during the focus groups and Christiaan Mol, Hilde Oldersma, Lieke Hovenga, and Mandy Abbing for their  ... 
doi:10.1186/s12911-020-1088-1 pmid:32340615 fatcat:homynvwwprhpffmy5oi4jt6wye

Joint Attention by Gaze Interpolation and Saliency

Z. Yucel, A. A. Salah, C. Mericli, T. Mericli, R. Valenti, T. Gevers
2013 IEEE Transactions on Cybernetics  
Then, we combine gaze interpolation with image-based saliency to improve the target point estimates and test three different saliency schemes.  ...  This paper presents an image-based method for establishing joint attention between an experimenter and a robot.  ...  For a given image, the authors employ a set of basis functions and extract independent features for each point.  ... 
doi:10.1109/tsmcb.2012.2216979 pmid:23047879 fatcat:aahxtyw56zbvzg57ev26v2kvi4

Feminist Economics of Inequality, Development, and Growth

Günseli Berik, Yana van der Meulen Rodgers, Stephanie Seguino
2009 Feminist Economics  
Finally, it outlines policies for promoting gender equality as both an intrinsic goal and a step toward improving well-being.  ...  It upholds the salience not only of equality in opportunities but also equality in outcomes.  ...  have improved access to formal and skilled jobs.  ... 
doi:10.1080/13545700903093524 fatcat:wni7kkqv3fbjhpzrmx6soqri4q

Harmonising stakeholder interests: The role of occupational health and safety
English

Amponsah Tawiah Kwesi, Mensah Justice
2015 African Journal of Business Management  
wheel of the CSR concept which has become a household concept within the extractive industry and the balancing act for the stakeholder theory.  ...  Findings from the study indicate that since the health and safety of employees and their quality of life addresses or aids in addressing the concerns of most stakeholders, it should become the steering  ...  However, organisations can not at any point in time offer employment opportunities for all members of the community (both skilled and unskilled).  ... 
doi:10.5897/ajbm2014.7603 fatcat:xnjc7evtzngg7odxlihitawljy

Automation and public support for workfare

Zhen Jie Im, Kathrin Komp-Leukkunen
2021 Journal of European Social Policy  
Recent research finds that most routine workers 'survive' in their routine jobs.  ...  We further explore if worsening economic hardship, proxied as rising unemployment rates over time, increases their support for workfare.  ...  Acknowledgements We would like to thank Erica Owen and Noel Johnston for generously sharing their data.  ... 
doi:10.1177/09589287211002432 fatcat:apv5ofzg7ndvhlpgyx554h6yem
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