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Boston-based startup wants to replace the "skills" section of your resume with a series of scores based on online quizzes. It's an idea worth millions.
New job search engine uses "science" to make matches, deploying proprietary algorithms that supposedly find the best fit between employers and job seekers.
If you tweet famous lines from films like "The Princess Bride" or "Ghostbusters," there's a good chance you'll get an instant reply from Emeraq with another line from the same film. You'd be surprised how often it happens.