New AI-powered tool uses LinkedIn to help build better CVs.

Microsoft, is bringing the power of AI to Office 365 to help job-seekers create better CVs.

Resume Assistant, as the product has been called, was created by LinkedIn, which Microsoft acquired last year, and is integrated with the Word segment of Office 365. According to Microsoft, 80% of CVs are updated in Word and the number of job applications made through LinkedIn is increasing, leading to the creation of the new tool. It will, the company said, help users craft better CVs and make them more competitive in the job market.

Resume Assistant will show examples of CVs from others in a particular field in order to help users properly describe their own work experience. It will also identify the top skills for a particular job, helping the user know what terms and keywords to use for particular jobs to increase their discoverability.

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