Reference - Job Title Enrichment API

Reference information for the Job Title Enrichment API


The endpoint for the Job Title Enrichment API is v5/job_title/enrich.

Billing and Access

This API is currently in production, and you can access it by using your API key.

The HTTP response code will be 200 when the API returns a matching job title and 404 when the API neither finds nor returns a matching job title. We charge per match.

Rate Limiting

Our default limit for free customers is 100 per minute. Our default limit for paying customers is 5,000 per minute.

Input Parameters


For More Details, See Job Title Enrichment API - Input Parameters

You can also click on the individual parameter names in the table below to view more information on them.

Parameter NameRequiredDescriptionDefaultExample
job_titleYesThe job title that you are enriching.Nonepastry chef
prettyNoWhether the output should have human-readable indentation.FalseTrue
api_keyNoYour secret API key.

While we do not require this as part of the request parameters, if you do not provide it here, then you must provide it using an alternative means, such as in the headers using the x-api-key field. For more information, see the Authentication page.

Output Response

Response Fields


For More Details, See Job Title Enrichment API - Output Response.

You can also click the field names in the table below to view more information on them.

Field NameTypeDescription
cleaned_job_titleStringThe job title that matches the API input job_title after passing it through our internal job title cleaner.
similar_job_titlesArray (String)A list of up to five other job titles.
relevant_skillsArray (String)A list of up to five of the most contextually-similar skills to the cleaned_job_title, determined using our global resume data.

Full Example Response

Input Query (click to toggle)
import requests

url = ""

query_string = {"job_title": "supply manager"}

headers = {
    'accept': "application/json",
    'content-type': "application/json",
    'x-api-key': "YOUR_API_KEY"

response = requests.request("GET", url, headers=headers, params=query_string)


Output Response (full):

  "cleaned_job_title": "supply manager",
  "similar_job_titles": [
    "senior supply manager",
    "supply chain manager",
    "supply specialist",
    "supply supervisor",
    "supply coordinator"
  "relevant_skills": [
    "supply management",
    "spend analysis",
    "supplier development",
    "demand planning",
    "strategic sourcing"