In your Plum account, you are able to view which job applications your submitted your Plum Profile to, by navigating to Applied, under My Plum.
If you are a Bloomberg applicant, the job listed on your Plum Applied page may have a different title than the job that you applied to with the employer.
Bloomberg may use one single Plum application category to gather Plum Profiles for several Bloomberg jobs. This is why the job titles may sometimes differ between the Bloomberg application and the Plum application. Sometimes, the year may also differ (You are applying to a 2022 job, however the Plum application says 2021 or 2020).
If you submitted your Plum Profile by clicking on the link sent by Bloomberg via email to share your assessment results, and then logging in, you can rest assured that your results were submitted to the right application.
You can verify which Plum job the Bloomberg job is attached to by observing what application title appears at the top of the login page, after you click on the link sent by Bloomberg. (The link starts by https://secure.plum.io/en/apply/...)
When you click on that link, you are taken to a Plum login page. The Plum Application title is at the top of the login page. The title that appears will tell you which Plum application category you are submitting your results for, no matter the title of the Bloomberg job that you applied to.
For example: In the below screenshot, the Plum application category is the "2022 Global Data Analyst - APAC" , even if the candidate applied to a Hong Kong specific job.
If the application title that appears at the top of the Plum login page does not correspond to what appears on your Plum account Applied page, you may not have yet submitted your results to it. Find out how to do so in this article: How do I share my existing Plum Profile for a new job application (link my results)?