Global unemployment remains low and the skills shortage/gap remains large, so entrepreneurs and investors are getting behind models that help employers deploy their existing resources. Gloat is the latest to see investment, raising $25 million in a Series B. They claim to leverage AI to offer “companies a service that automatically compares employees’ work skills, interests, and career histories in order to recommend potential projects and career-advancing opportunities.”

It’s a crowded field, and it looks to get even more crowded.

Source: Intel Backs HR Startup Gloat in $25 Million Round – CTech