Tools for internships and job seekers

In today’s competitive job, it’s common to submit applications for many positions and companies. That involves lots of time and lots to keep track of. You don’t want to squander your resources by missing important deadlines, confusing companies, sending unprofessional applications, and in general, tardiness. Properly managing the application process is just as important as identifying opportunities and submitting your application. We have developed several tools from our own experience and client engagements for admissions and job candidates to make your life easier and to give you a competitive edge.


Once you are in the midst of your job search, you will be applying to jobs left right and center. It is important to keep track of your job search. You need to keep track of who you contacted, how, channels used, what you sent them and when using a tracking tool. Xpose is a spreadsheet application that helps track your job applications in a structured manner, evaluate your application performance, uncover bottlenecks, and implement corrective measures to improve your application conversion and throughput. Xpose visually helps identify the categories of jobs that are leading to interviews, reasons why your applications are getting rejected, etc. from an application process standpoint. The tool also visually represents the hiring funnel. If have been proactively documenting your application with Xpose, you can quickly gatehr several insights about your application performance and take the appropriate course of action.



Successful employment applications convey competence, effort and professionalism. Over the past two decades the Portable Document Format (PDF) has become the de-facto industry standard that avoids all the problems of readability, formatting and compatibility with digital documents and graphics. The Metadata available in your application documents in the PDF format provide additional information for the Applicant Tracking Systems (ATS) that serve as the first line of filter. However, most word processors remove this valuable Metadata when exporting to PDF format. To overcome this scenario, we developed MetaWire to embed keywords and additional information for ATS to improve the match rate when hiring personnel search for candidates profile in the ATS database.



Submitting online applications can feel like throwing rocks into the abyss. And too often, when you click submit, all you get in return is an automated email that your materials have been received. The problem is, the majority of CVs never even land in the hands of a human. They’re automatically stored in an Applicant Tracking System — a software application used by companies to search through thousands of CVs quickly to determine which ones are the best fit for a position. The systems work by scanning CVs for contextual keywords and key phrases, mathematically scoring them for relevance, and sending only the most qualified ones through for human review. Atlas is a tool that gives job seekers an instant analysis of how well their CV is tailored for a particular job and how it can be even better optimized for an ATS.


For any profession, there’s always lingo, software, responsibilities, basic skills, and licenses or certificates associated with performing the job well—and an ATS will be looking for key phrases and contextual information related to those qualifications. ATS saves hiring managers a lot of time and trouble of sorting through irrelevant, underprepared, and weak CVs to find the golden candidates. But, it also means that your application could slip through the cracks if you don’t format your CV just right or include the exact keywords the hiring manager is searching for. Picking the right keywords can be tricky because they’re constantly evolving, so we lean on technology to mine the right keywords for our clients. Keyword Miner is our tool that mines our extensive corpus of keywords (constantly aggregated since 2015) in our database and extract impactful keywords to include in your CV using the MoSCoW principle (Must have, Should have, Could have, and Won’t have).



Labour market events and associated macro-economic developments determine how well the economy is performing. A strong economy signals demand for labor, which translates to more opportunities for job seekers. However, very few job seekers understand where the opportunities are – be in their local community or elsewhere in the country. As a result, they spend a disproportionate amount of time and resources on the most popular job portals, where fewer than 20% of the total job openings are advertised. We aggregate the labour market data for Germany on a monthly basis and use over 200 insights derived from comprehensive data analysis to advise our clients on job opportunities across several dimensions. Armed with historical data going back to 2009, we also predict the job market performance across these dimensions and share these insights with our clients to give them a significant competitive edge.


Job candidates usually apply to a category of jobs based on their skillset and industry experience. Many candidates, during their job search, fall victim to tunnel vision and apply only to a subset of job posting. Topic Miner tool helps helps widen our clients’ opportunity base by analysing job openings in real-time and classifying them into related topics based on their profile.