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LinkedIn launches AI-powered tools for job seekers and professionals

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LinkedIn has announced the rollout of several new AI-driven features aimed at enhancing job search and personalized learning experiences for its users.


These new tools, which were unveiled on Thursday, will be available exclusively to Premium subscribers of the platform.

Among the newly introduced features is the AI-powered Jobseeker Coach. This tool, integrated as a chatbot, allows users to search for jobs using simple text prompts. For instance, a user can type, “Find me a job in cybersecurity within my network” or “Find me a UI/UX designer job in Bengaluru that pays at least ₹10 lakh a year,” and the AI will sift through its database to provide relevant job suggestions.

Additionally, the Jobseeker Coach can offer strategies to help users stand out in search results.

Another key feature is a tool designed to review resumes and job applications. This AI tool provides constructive feedback and personalized suggestions tailored to specific job postings, helping users enhance their resumes and cover letters. Users can manually review and edit the recommendations provided by the AI.

LinkedIn is also introducing features aimed at professional development. One of these is the Expert Advice tool, which allows Premium users to receive personalized advice from business leaders and coaches. These AI bots are trained by real experts, ensuring the advice is both relevant and practical.

The platform is also rolling out a Personalized Coaching feature to assist users in their learning journey. This tool can provide content summaries, clarification on topics, and real-time insights and examples while users take new courses on LinkedIn Learning.

These new AI features are being rolled out globally and are currently available only in English. LinkedIn has stated that it will continue to enhance these features based on user feedback. While the rollout has begun, it may take a few days for all Premium users to see the new tools.

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