But he said the contribution from Elevated Careers would be “minuscule” as e Harmony spends heavily to develop the business.
In the meantime, visitors to can sign up either as a job-seeker or recruiter.
Work on the project has been under way for more than a year.
“It’s so important that Elevated Careers is developed to e Harmony standards via client feedback,” a spokeswoman said.
The new service speaks to e Harmony’s need to diversify as IAC/Inter Active Corp bulks up ahead of the planned public listing of Match Group, which will hold the company’s dating businesses.
EHarmony expects “high and double-digit” revenue growth in percentage terms this year, to between $275 million and $350 million.
Earnings before interest, tax, depreciation and amortization (EBITDA) are expected to increase by 50-70 percent both this year and next, said Warren, who turns 81 next month.That’s not something that Linked In or Monster do,” Warren said, explaining e Harmony’s plans to get into the employment industry.“(The career market) is such a big market that we do expect it to grow faster than our core product,” the octogenarian clinical psychologist and e Harmony CEO said in an interview.A recent article in Entrepreneur cites the business matches made in heaven that services like Tinder and Hinge have inspired.While dating may be the initial impetus for these connections, the results often turn out to be unexpected work matches instead of hot booty calls.More than 100 variables will be used to match clients.