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Re: Adding a Job and/or Profession type (was Schema.org proposal: Financial information)

From: <martin.hepp@ebusiness-unibw.org>
Date: Wed, 17 Sep 2014 16:04:01 +0200
Cc: W3C Web Schemas Task Force <public-vocabs@w3.org>
Message-Id: <D806FF84-6E81-413D-AFB8-B1A49218A279@ebusiness-unibw.org>
To: ☮ elf Pavlik ☮ <perpetual-tripper@wwelves.org>

On 17 Sep 2014, at 15:47, ☮ elf Pavlik ☮ <perpetual-tripper@wwelves.org> wrote:

> On 09/17/2014 03:30 PM, martin.hepp@ebusiness-unibw.org wrote:
>> I would bundle all respective additions under a new type - e.g. schema:Occupation or schema:Job, likely as a subtype of schema:Action (or schema:Thing?).
> why not Thing > Intangible > Occupation just like Role ?

+1

> i would stay careful with subtypes of schema:Action, especially if they
> don't sound right with -Action sufix: OccupationAction, unless we talk
> here about OccupyAction :D

Yes, I was looking for something like "Happening" in other top-level ontologies ;-) Action is a bit too specific as a superclass. 

The good thing is that JobPosition is already there, so we could try to enhance that in a mostly backwards-compatible way. While Occupation is clearer and my favority, JobPosition may be more intuitive for Web developers.

Martin

> 
>> 
>> Jobs are roles that individuals hold over certain periods of time. So let us not put job-related properties directly under schema:Person.
>> 
>> The terms and conditions and the compensation should be modeled via schema:Demand (for Job offers - someone seeking work to get done for money) and schema:Offer (for Job search / applications - someone offering labor for money) and its existing commercial properties.
>> 
>> So we would have
>> 
>> a) Job Search
>> 
>> schema:Person -> schema:makesOffer -> schema:Offer -> schema:itemOffered -> schema:Occupation
>> 
>> b) Job Offer
>> 
>> schema:Organization -> schema:seeks -> schema:Demand -> schema:itemOffered -> schema:Occupation
> +1
> 
> 
> 
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