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  • WickerNipple: What's the fail?


    because replacing people with AI has always worked out so well in the past.
  • Man On A Mission: WickerNipple: What's the fail?

    because replacing people with AI has always worked out so well in the past.


    They're replacing HR.  Those weren't people to begin with.
  • Recruiters are generally already shiat, do not read resumes, and scan for keywords. I don't know how many emails I get a week looking for developers because I have worked on implementations and they see that I've worked with ERPs and think "tech", no.

    On the other end of the spectrum, you have the recruiters that blanket everyone with entry-level bullshiat.

    Then the ones that copy/paste job descriptions and/or job titles.

    This is before you even talk to any of these people.

    So, I am sure AI will be much worse when humans are this shiat at it already.

    Can't wait!

    /rant
  • WickerNipple: They're replacing HR. Those weren't people to begin with.


    But they're faster in doing evil with programmed levels of acceptable evil.
  • WickerNipple: What's the fail?


    It means your resumé needs to be the perfect list of initialisms, acronyms and other alphabits.
  • I can't wait to see how much inadvertent racism has been programmed into the AI.
  • Onward toward our future where everyone receives UBI via the profit gains from automation and we all only have to work at most one or two days a week.
  • WickerNipple: Man On A Mission: WickerNipple: What's the fail?

    because replacing people with AI has always worked out so well in the past.

    They're replacing HR.  Those weren't people to begin with.


    Hey now! All those English majors with an emphasis in Poetry, or Medieval Literature, need jobs like anyone else...
  • Step 1: Sniff around for highly promoted Amazon employees in your field of choice.

    Step 2: Copy paste their resume/Linkedin into your resume/Linkedin.

    Step 3: AI gets you an interview.

    /why yes, my name is Beff Jezos and I am totally qualified to be CEO
  • Man On A Mission: WickerNipple: What's the fail?

    because replacing people with AI has always worked out so well in the past.


    The current process is generally broken.  Not sure if this can be any worse.
  • Is hiding a string of repeated keywords in your electronic resume in a one point white font to fool the screening software still a thing?
  • Perhaps they are trying to find a workaround for recruiters who do not understand the definitions of the words used in the technical requirements section of job descriptions. I can understand why that would be a positive.
  • Amazon recruiters are the worst.

    I get e-mail asking them to work for some sort of grocery thing. That is not my field and you have divisions where I would fit. I politely reply about openings in the relevant division and hear back nothing.

    Two months later I get another message about some other random division.
  • OhioUGrad: Recruiters are generally already shiat, do not read resumes, and scan for keywords. I don't know how many emails I get a week looking for developers because I have worked on implementations and they see that I've worked with ERPs and think "tech", no.

    On the other end of the spectrum, you have the recruiters that blanket everyone with entry-level bullshiat.

    Then the ones that copy/paste job descriptions and/or job titles.

    This is before you even talk to any of these people.

    So, I am sure AI will be much worse when humans are this shiat at it already.

    Can't wait!

    /rant


    Yeah, what's up with that?

    The bulk of my work experience in pharma labeling/graphic arts/regulatory. I have on my resume that I used [a particular PLM software].

    Recruiter email: We are looking for a [particular PLM software] developer.

    Sometimes they text AND call, just for good measure!

    Or they send an email looking for someone to do data entry for $18 an hour... in the Bay area.

    Good luck with that! LOL
  • Needlessly Complicated: OhioUGrad: Recruiters are generally already shiat, do not read resumes, and scan for keywords. I don't know how many emails I get a week looking for developers because I have worked on implementations and they see that I've worked with ERPs and think "tech", no.

    On the other end of the spectrum, you have the recruiters that blanket everyone with entry-level bullshiat.

    Then the ones that copy/paste job descriptions and/or job titles.

    This is before you even talk to any of these people.

    So, I am sure AI will be much worse when humans are this shiat at it already.

    Can't wait!

    /rant

    Yeah, what's up with that?

    The bulk of my work experience in pharma labeling/graphic arts/regulatory. I have on my resume that I used [a particular PLM software].

    Recruiter email: We are looking for a [particular PLM software] developer.

    Sometimes they text AND call, just for good measure!

    Or they send an email looking for someone to do data entry for $18 an hour... in the Bay area.

    Good luck with that! LOL


    I get the ones that call and when I dismiss the call they call RIGHT back, or if it goes to voicemail they still call RIGHT back. Then I get the text and the email with the JD. I had to stop answering calls because most of them do not speak English well enough for me to understand them, which I mean hey they are working so good for them.

    They are a bit of out control.
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