Web 3.0 Employment Platform in the Middle East | StartHupPosted on November 22, 2011

By Mohamad Hammoud

With the unemployment plaguing the Middle East markets, job seekers are relying on the internet to find jobs that fits their qualifications. The lack of jobs is fueling the rage of the youth and professionals as well. The issue extends to leading graduates to jobs that do not fit their qualifications and which results in demotivation and low productivity. Bayt, gulftalent, and careermideast are the leading employment websites, but nothing is special about those. Lately, a new employment platform labeled “Laimoon” emerged from the newly founded internet incubator, Honeybee Tech Ventures.

Job seekers in the Middle East are introduced for a Q & A session with Laimoon which will squeeze their skills and qualifications, get to know about them more, and recommend jobs that suits them. Laimoon is built on the concepts of web 3.0 which involves the computer intelligence with the human input. The platform provides a fun approach in connecting job hunters with real jobs with a very silky, artistic, and appealing user interface.What is also special is that no CV is required.

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