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LinkedIn launches AI-powered 'Resume Assistant' to help users create CVs

14 Nov 2017 | By Gogona Saikia
LinkedIn feature for MS Word creates better resumes

LinkedIn recently launched a new AI-powered tool called Resume Assistant to help you import the platform's professional information into Microsoft Word and write CVs easily.

For this, it will show you insights from millions of users in similar industries and positions.

Resume Assistant will also display relevant job opportunities personalized for you.

Find out how it will work.

In context: LinkedIn feature for MS Word creates better resumes

14 Nov 2017LinkedIn launches AI-powered 'Resume Assistant' to help users create CVs

DetailsHow will Resume Assistant help you?

After Resume Assistant is integrated with MS Word, you only have to select your role and industry to see examples of how millions of others have described their work.

It will show you what skills others in similar positions have added/highlighted.

It will also display relevant job listings personalized for you. Through Resume Assistant, you can go directly to the vacancy on LinkedIn.

When will it be available?

"Resume Assistant will be rolling out to Microsoft Insiders starting this week on Windows and will be generally available to Office 365 subscribers in the coming months," said a blog by Kylan Nieh, senior product manager at LinkedIn.