U.S. News and World Report
ENTELO’S DATABASE contains profiles of more than 500 million workers. Odds are, you’re one of them.
I am. My name, photograph and job title are in the system, although I didn’t provide any of this information directly to Entelo, a recruitment software company whose existence I only recently discovered.
Much of the data in my profile is readily available on LinkedIn and other websites I use to showcase my professional experience. But some of the insights dig deeper. For example, by estimating the turnover rate at my current company and noting my impending work anniversary, Entelo predicts that I am “likely to move.”
That’s a signal to Entelo’s recruiter clients who might want to hire a writer that I could be open to a job offer – and that now is the right time to strike.
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