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Employer-employee matching in the labor market has transformed to meet the demands posed by 21st-century innovations and technologies (Autor, 2001). According to Mcdonald et al. (2022), Labor Market Intermediaries are migrating their activities to the digital space, creating Digital Labor Market Intermediaries (DLMIs). Further, the authors recognized the strategic importance of DLMIs in improving the efficiency of the hiring and recruitment process, expanding the reach of job postings, and attracting high-quality talents. However, the authors also raised issues on the data privacy of jobseekers and the possibility of unequal opportunities for the selection of jobseekers due to DLMIs’ algorithmic design.

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