LinkedIn launches AI job seeker coach for premium subscribers

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LinkedIn has launched an AI-powered job seeker coach for its premium subscribers. The new feature, which is still in beta, is designed to help job seekers find and apply for jobs more effectively.

To use the job seeker coach, users simply need to type in a question, such as “Am I a good fit for this job?” or “How can I best position myself for this job?” The coach will then provide personalized advice and recommendations based on the user’s profile, skills, and experience.

For example, if a user asks “Am I a good fit for this job?”, the coach might look at the job description and the user’s resume to identify any skills or experience that are missing. The coach might then suggest that the user take a particular course or certification, or add a certain skill to their resume.

The job seeker coach can also help users with other aspects of their job search, such as writing cover letters and preparing for interviews. For example, if a user asks “How can I best prepare for this interview?”, the coach might provide tips on how to answer common interview questions or how to dress for the interview.

LinkedIn says that the job seeker coach is still under development, but the company is excited about the potential of AI to help job seekers find and land their dream jobs.

The sources for this piece include an article in Gizmodo.

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