While Artificial Intelligence is taking away people’s jobs, QWER (https://qwer.com.au) has come up with a great idea on how to use the same AI to find jobs faster, better and easier with reduced effort.
An Australian start-up QWER founded by an Indian-Australian software engineer & cyber security specialist Karthik Malla is taking the job search industry on a time-machine ride by introducing future technology in the current era.
Unlike traditional job search, candidates don’t have to devote extensive time –
– for checking new job posts,
– reading job descriptions to understand it fits their requirements or not,
– making a formal application,
– submitting their resumes,
– waiting for weeks or even months to know they are successful or not.
QWER uses Artificial Intelligence to do all the above without wiggling the fingers and its complex algorithms match the best jobs for candidate’s skillset, experience & salary expectation and while recommending them the best jobs their CV will be automatically sent as a recommendation with a match score to the recruiters.
While saving an extensive amount of time for both candidates and recruiters, it’s not always candidates to chase the companies. The ideal candidate may receive a phone call from the recruiter for an interview.
QWER has extended its arms to all kinds of professional, student, graduate roles in all industries to help Australians find their dream job without spending their time on job search and also assisting the companies to save time and unwanted recruitment costs.
Candidates don’t need to have a resume/cv to get started, QWER will steer them on step by step process to generate a killer curriculum vitae that looks smart, easy to read, and seamlessly delivered.
For job seekers, it would only take 10 minutes to create a QWER profile at https://qwer.com.au and they may receive a phone call when there is a suitable role match their skillset.
Company Name: QWER
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Address:2/23 Foster St
City: Surry Hills
State: NSW 2010