Wed, Mar 28, 2012
Last week, Monster hosted its first Innovation Day in New York City to address the emerging concerns of the global skills gap in our workforce and its implications on recruitment.
Robert Shiller, a professor of economics at Yale University, served as keynote for the event with a talk on the global talent gap and matching theory titled “Rise of the Phoenix: Future of the Global Labor Market, Matching Talent with Opportunity.”
Attendees had the chance to learn more about Monster’s latest developments in recruitment technology, especially in the world of semantic search and social networking. Maggie Mistal, a career consultant, wrote a great wrap-up about the day’s events, “Context and Content the Main Messages from Monster’s Innovation Day.” We’d also like to share a curated roundup of tweets from that day using the #MWWInnovationDay hashtag: