On Friday, the company launched Elevated Careers, which has the lofty goal of matching people to jobs that will fulfill them.
It’s matched more than 2 million married couples. Now, eHarmony wants to help people find jobs that they love.
eHarmony hasn’t exactly been shy about its plans to apply its algorithms to the job search.
81-year-old founder and CEO Dr. Neil Warren has been teasing the idea since 2013.
“So many people don’t like the job they’re currently in,” Warren told CNNMoney in February 2016. “They usually perceive it as a problem with their boss.”