On November 19th, Forbes issued a message saying that the blockchain seems to provide answers to the problems that have plagued the human resources industry for decades. The job agency is responsible for processing and verifying a large number of sensitive personal and financial information. The secure storage of information has always been a pain point for HR companies. Current cloud storage specifications make data susceptible to tampering or hacking. The blockchain greatly reduces the possibility of unauthorized device access or falsification of information, and even in many cases, this possibility is virtually completely eliminated. Another challenge facing the HR industry is to verify job seeker eligibility. In theory, blockchain can eliminate this task. With a blockchain, you can create validated digital archives that allow personnel companies to instantly access personal identities, work history, background checks, letters of recommendation, student transcripts, salary history, certificates and licenses, and more.