2016 年 21 巻 2 号 p. 263-271
In the Japanese aging society, most of the elderly people are still active enough to work and have the possibility to become essential labor forces. Therefore, the job matching method that can allocate their unique abilities is required. However, the current job matching relies on each recruiter's tacit knowledge, and recruiters can assign workers only from limited number of candidates that they can handle. In this paper, we propose an interactive job matching system that can reflect the recruiter's tacit knowledge and help searching diverse elderly workers for each work profile. The results indicate that interactions of the proposed system can improve the recruiters' searching efficiency and matching diversity by retrieving their tacit knowledge during the search process. The proposed interactive job matching system becomes more effective, if the job offer is not clearly described in the texts.