Napster for Jobs
Looking for a job feels like Napster used to. Unstructured text boxes, variable results in surprise formats, nights and weekends spent staring at screens, not listening to music. The musicians want to sing and the people want to listen. You end up listening to the same old stuff as everyone else or staring at a download bar.
A typical conversation
- “Have you heard this song?
- You should listen to this.
- We should set aside some time to listen to this.
- How is a week from now?
- Yeah, I’ll start the download.
- Open to every file at once.
- 1-1, unstructured conversations lead to variable reward to extract our time
- Potentially malicious results to dig through or nothing at all
- Still mostly gets the job done. You have to be exposed to a better alternative to get the pain. People thought Napster was the ceiling at the time.
- Lots of room for improvement for specific flows...
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