“We moved candidates into our system much faster, with more accurate and consistent data, and it paid for itself within six weeks.”

Recruitment companies and employers spend huge sums advertising for resumes but these investments are hard to justify if resumes never make it into your database or aren’t easy to find once they are there. Burning Glass solutions leverage artificial intelligence to read and understand resumes and learn from real life patterns of placement, deploying the industry’s best parsing technology to render your resume database more useable and your recruitment brand more valuable.

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67% of New York UI claimants report receiving job matches they had not found anywhere else.

In partnership with the New York State Department of Labor, Burning Glass runs a mandatory program matching work-ready claimants to relevant jobs based on their unique portfolio of experiences and skills as well as their career paths. Having a resume is the only prerequisite and Burning Glass helps with that too, with an innovative tool that builds resumes in a matter of minutes without requiring users to write.

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Job matching and training referral built around what employers are demanding today.

By bringing together detailed data on the specific skills and certifications in demand locally with an in-depth analysis of each job seeker’s skills, experiences, qualifications, and career path, Burning Glass delivers gap analysis tools that highlight the training needed for successful placement – for each job seeker and across the workforce.

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Bridge the Gap: Rebuilding America’s Middle Skills

This new report, a partnership between Burning Glass, Accenture, and Harvard Business School, says the decline in middle-skill jobs is hurting both U.S. competitiveness and the middle class, and calls on business to take the lead in finding solutions.

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Crunched by the Numbers

The latest Burning Glass research finds the world is increasingly divided between the jobs that demand digital skills and the ones that don't—and the ones that don't are falling behind

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The State of American Internships 2015

Internships are increasingly a vital first step on the career ladder for college-educated Americans. But even at this level, employers demand that interns show up with specific skills and ready to work. Find out more in our new report, "No Experience Necessary?"


Crunched by the Numbers: The Digital Skills Gap in the Workforce

Our latest research report finds the middle-skill job market is increasingly divided between the jobs that demand digital skills and the ones that don't—and the ones that don't are falling behind. Find out more about the report in our research section, or see a summary of the media coverage In the News.