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MockSource, for Interview Practice, and Jobularity, for Screening, Launch

Posted By Todd Raphael On September 9, 2013 @ 5:14 am In News and Features | No Comments

Among the new companies in the human resources and recruiting genre: a tool for job-seekers to practice interviews, and a website aimed at screening candidates to better match them with employers.

MockSource is the interview startup. It’s out of Toronto, self-funded with some family investments added in. Launched about three weeks ago, it has five people working on a mentorship site [1] that began when the founders saw (at McMaster University) how hard it was for students going through interviews.

People tell MockSource their interests, and are matched with an interviewer for a 40-minute phone or Skype practice session. Pricing is here [2].

Another launch, this one planned for today, is Jobularity [3]. It wants to match candidates with employers based on “a company‚Äôs mission, culture and ideals.” It uses something called “Zumay,” which is a resume alternative that has video, endorsements, and more.

The Santa Clara, California, company is working on building its database of profiles; in other words, monetizing comes later. It’s funded privately, has eight employees, and is working with several customers in its beta version.


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[1] mentorship site: http://www.mocksource.com

[2] Pricing is here: http://mocksource.com/pricing

[3] Jobularity: http://www.jobularity.com

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