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13 Jun, 2024
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LinkedIn is expanding its artificial intelligence-based offerings for job seekers with a set of new features designed to simplify the job application process.

Premium subscribers on the platform can now benefit from AI-assisted resumé editing, personalized cover letter generation, and more intuitive job search capabilities.

The enhancements aim to streamline some of the most time-consuming aspects of job hunting. LinkedIn’s upgraded job search tool allows users to input conversational queries like “find me a marketing job that’s fully remote and pays at least $100,000 a year,” making it easier to filter through listings with specific criteria. This improvement addresses a common pain point for job seekers who struggle with the traditional keyword-based search.

When a suitable vacancy is found, LinkedIn's artificial intelligence will help you put together an application. sers can upload their current resumé, and the AI will provide tailored feedback and suggestions based on the job description. This includes highlighting relevant experiences or even rewriting sections of the resumé to better align with the job requirements. Similarly, LinkedIn can generate cover letters that reflect the user’s experience and the specifics of the desired job.

LinkedIn product manager Rohan Rajiv emphasizes that these tools are intended to serve as a starting point rather than a complete solution.

We aim to help those who struggle to tell their story or get started on a blank screen,

Rajiv told Engadget. Also Rajiv hinted at future developments that could further automate the process.

The next horizon is about taking it to the level where the AI can almost act as an agent, helping you get things done.