Towards an understanding of job matching using web data
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The thesis explores the feasibility of using web data in labour research in general and of applying these data sources to the study of job matching in particular. Utilizing large-scale data sources, including web surveys and online job vacancies, the thesis aims to identify where the state of the art is and lay methodological, conceptual and analytical foundations for further exploration and research in the area. Formally, the thesis consists of five essays, which either have been or are on the way to be published in scientific journals.
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