Improving job matching with deep learning-based hyper-personalization

Qusai Q. Abuein, Mohammed Q. Shatnawi, Nour Alqudah


This study introduces a novel approach to streamline the recruitment process, benefiting both employers and job seekers. It leverages real-time personality-based classification to match candidates with the most suitable roles in a scalable and precise manner. This is achieved through machine learning-driven hyper-personalization, employing deep learning models to create a predictive language model. The study encompasses two key tasks: binary classification, distinguishing sentences containing soft skills (1) from those that do not (0), and multi-class classification, categorizing positive sentences into five classes based on Big Five personality traits. The research involved a series of experiments. Initially, multiple machine learning algorithms were employed to establish baseline models. Subsequently, the study investigated the impact of deep learning versus these baseline models. The results demonstrated an accuracy of 0.79% and 0.68% for binary classification tasks, and 0.79% and 0.60% for multi-class classification tasks, using Support Vector Machines in the machine learning task, and Bidirectional Long Short-Term Memory in the deep learning task, respectively. This approach showcases promise in revolutionizing the job matching process, offering a more efficient and accurate means of connecting individuals with their ideal employment opportunities based on their unique soft skills and personality traits.


Hyper-personalization; Personalization; Soft skills; Personality; Functional areas; Deep Learning

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IAES International Journal of Artificial Intelligence (IJ-AI)
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