When the MBA launched its application for an expansion, the startup announced that more than 80 percent of its employees were either in the tech industry or had experience in the IT industry.
That meant, in theory, that people who were in the technology and IT worlds would be in a better position to land a job.
Today, though, that number is closer to 40 percent.
The startup’s hiring tool is a bit confusing.
You’ll see job descriptions for positions like tech editor, web developer, and developer but no job listings for positions such as sales manager, sales director, or sales consultant.
The company said it had been tracking the application’s success and the number of jobs was not a reflection of the quality of the job postings, but rather the number that actually got hired.
The MBA has since released its hiring tool to make sure it’s accurate.
When you submit a job, the app shows your resume and cover letter, but it doesn’t provide any information about what the position entails.
The app then asks you to choose which job you would like to apply for.
If you answer yes to this, the application will ask you to fill out the appropriate application form and send it to the company.
The startup has a few more questions for potential applicants.
For example, the company asks if you’re a college student.
But the company says it’s not an indication that you have a college degree.
And it doesn