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LLM4Jobs : unsupervised occupation extraction and standardization leveraging Large Language Models

Nan Li (UGent) , Bo Kang (UGent) and Tijl De Bie (UGent)
(2023)
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Automated occupation extraction and standardization from free-text job postings and resumes are crucial for applications like job recommendation and labor market policy formation. This paper introduces LLM4Jobs, a novel unsupervised methodology that taps into the capabilities of large language models (LLMs) for occupation coding. LLM4Jobs uniquely harnesses both the natural language understanding and generation capacities of LLMs. Evaluated on rigorous experimentation on synthetic and real-world datasets, we demonstrate that LLM4Jobs consistently surpasses unsupervised state-of-the-art benchmarks, demonstrating its versatility across diverse datasets and granularities. As a side result of our work, we present both synthetic and real-world datasets, which may be instrumental for subsequent research in this domain. Overall, this investigation highlights the promise of contemporary LLMs for the intricate task of occupation extraction and standardization, laying the foundation for a robust and adaptable framework relevant to both research and industrial contexts.

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Li, Nan, et al. LLM4Jobs : Unsupervised Occupation Extraction and Standardization Leveraging Large Language Models. 2023.
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Li, N., Kang, B., & De Bie, T. (2023). LLM4Jobs : unsupervised occupation extraction and standardization leveraging Large Language Models.
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Li, Nan, Bo Kang, and Tijl De Bie. 2023. “LLM4Jobs : Unsupervised Occupation Extraction and Standardization Leveraging Large Language Models.”
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Li, Nan, Bo Kang, and Tijl De Bie. 2023. “LLM4Jobs : Unsupervised Occupation Extraction and Standardization Leveraging Large Language Models.”
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Li N, Kang B, De Bie T. LLM4Jobs : unsupervised occupation extraction and standardization leveraging Large Language Models. 2023.
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N. Li, B. Kang, and T. De Bie, “LLM4Jobs : unsupervised occupation extraction and standardization leveraging Large Language Models.” 2023.
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  abstract     = {{Automated occupation extraction and standardization from free-text job
postings and resumes are crucial for applications like job recommendation and
labor market policy formation. This paper introduces LLM4Jobs, a novel
unsupervised methodology that taps into the capabilities of large language
models (LLMs) for occupation coding. LLM4Jobs uniquely harnesses both the
natural language understanding and generation capacities of LLMs. Evaluated on
rigorous experimentation on synthetic and real-world datasets, we demonstrate
that LLM4Jobs consistently surpasses unsupervised state-of-the-art benchmarks,
demonstrating its versatility across diverse datasets and granularities. As a
side result of our work, we present both synthetic and real-world datasets,
which may be instrumental for subsequent research in this domain. Overall, this
investigation highlights the promise of contemporary LLMs for the intricate
task of occupation extraction and standardization, laying the foundation for a
robust and adaptable framework relevant to both research and industrial
contexts.}},
  author       = {{Li, Nan and Kang, Bo and De Bie, Tijl}},
  language     = {{eng}},
  title        = {{LLM4Jobs : unsupervised occupation extraction and standardization leveraging Large Language Models}},
  year         = {{2023}},
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