Switch, the Tinder for job apps, has just announced a new investor in the form of Marker VC, closing out their seed round at $2 million. Other investors include Metamorphic, Rhodium, Marker, BAM, SG VC, and Marcel Legrand.
Switch lets users search anonymously for jobs through an algorithmic matching process and a UI similar to Tinder. This lets users swipe right or left on potential positions and, upon a mutual match, initiate a conversation with various employers.
The service lets users search anonymously for jobs, showing only three companies you’ve worked for in the past (editable) without showing how many years you worked at each. The companies listed in your profile are automatically blocked from ever seeing your profile, so there’s no chance of a current employer seeing that you are considering jumping ship.
Once a user expresses interest in a job and matches with a job post, the potential…
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