Microsoft has released its LinkedIn-powered Resume Assistant for Office 365 subscribers. Last year the LinkedIn Resume Assistant integrated with the power of LinkedIn directly into Microsoft Word so as to help one to craft the most compelling resume. Now, Resume Assistant is available to Office 365 subscribers on Windows to help users portray the best version of them to get the best job that they love.
Over 15 million job applications being submitted on LinkedIn every week, it is important to find the right way to represent the unique experiences. By updating the resume one will already be one step ahead when it is time for one next role.
The list that can make the most of Resume Assistant:
1. Showcasing unique skills and experiences: Resume assistant gathers insights from millions of LinkedIn profiles to inspire one within Microsoft Word
2. One-size-fits-all resume: Professionals find it challenging to customize the resume for a specific role. Resume Assistant provides the top skills other professionals in the desired role and industry has, as well as a job from real job postings.
3. Using Profinder: Having anyone who’s familiar with the intricacies of writing a resume can be a great way to help one to get the creativity flow. By using ProFinder, from Resume Assistant we can connect with experts who can help with interview techniques and resume writing.
4. Getting the right job: Resume writing is just the half journey, finding the perfect job is the next step. Once a job is set, we can directly go to the job opening on LinkedIn to learn more and apply. By turning on Open Candidates it will let recruiters know that the user is open to new opportunities.
“We hope Resume Assistant makes it easier than ever for you to be your most successful self; however you define it, be on the lookout for availability across other operating systems, including Mac, as well as additional regions and languages in the coming months,” LinkedIn noted in a blog post. For more information check the Microsoft support site.