Writing your resume is a tough job for all those candidates who are busy in job hunting. As all of you know it well that for getting good job your resume plays an important role. But how to write your resume, to get your desired job, is no doubt a very tough job by itself. If you are so worried about it then please don’t be so, because Microsoft Collaborates with LinkedIn to Help Fix Your Resume. The companies has introduced a new Resume Assistant feature. This feature puts LinkedIn data directly in Microsoft Word to help users to write better resumes.
Resume Assistant feature will begin rolling out to Microsoft insider this week. It will pull in relevant LinkedIn data when you are writing a resume based on your industry and what type of job you want.
Microsoft Collaborates with LinkedIn to Help Fix Your Resume
This new feature automatically detects the job descriptions you have written. It also highlights what people with similar experience have put on their resumes. For example, it will help you how people who have worked in similar roles in your industry by describing their job experience and skills.
These two companies claim that this idea will help to provide more inspiration to those people who are bit confused about the accurate way to describe their skills and experience.
Resume Assistant Feature also ties into some of LinkedIn’s job-finding tools. It will pick up job listings from LinkedIn’s database, which in result will help you further customize your resume. You can opt-in to LinkedIn’s feature that tells recruiters you are interested in a new job.
Resume Assistant Feature will be available over the coming months to all Office 365 subscribers.