A JobPosting can list the skills, qualifications, experience and education requirements, but should also be able to list the following requirements:
security clearance requirement
These have all been found desirable in the Job data exchange project and discussed in the TalentSignal W3C community group (see summary with link to discussion thread).
physical and sensory requirements could use controlled vocabularies such as that provided by O.Net for abilities.
for an electrician
"name": "Visual Color Discrimination"
"description": "The ability to match or detect differences between colors, including shades of color and brightness."
for a stone mason
"physicalRequirement": "Must be able to lift and carry loads of up to 50kg."
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Phil, just a thought about "citizenship requirement". In the context of employment, I would think that the citizenship question goes to a candidate's legal work eligibility. Some of what HR Open Standards focuses on in this regard are: (a) eligibility types (e.g., "US noncitizen national", "alien authorized to work"; and (b) eligibility documentation (e.g., "permanent resident card", "US passport", "foreign passport with I-94/A form" etc.). Since a "citizenship requirement" might get to some of it, does it do the full trick?