The Skill Enrichment API lets you enrich data on a skill by performing a one-to-one match of this skill with those included in our Skill Dataset. Once matched, you can search for profiles with less context. For example, instead of explicitly searching for "engineers who know spark, mapreduce or hadoop" you can search for "engineers who know spark or have similar skills."
Note: Our current Skill Dataset only contains skills seen at least 250 times across our global resume data.
This API functions primarily as a support for our Person Search API. Once you enhance a skill, you can use the returned information in your Person Search query to find better matches in our Person Dataset.
We expect the flow for using the Skill Enrichment and Person Search APIs to broadly follow one of the two patterns shown in the diagrams below:
Please check out the following pages for more information on the Skill Enrichment API:
|Quickstart||A quick hands-on introduction to the API with simple code examples.|
|Reference||Detailed descriptions of the technical specifications and usage constraints.|
|Input Parameters||In-depth explanations of the input parameters thaat the API supports.|
|Output Response||In-depth explanations of the output response object that the API returns.|
|Examples||A collection of functional code examples and walkthroughs that illustrate various use cases and applications of the API.|
Updated 8 months ago