Building the perfect resume is tough, but crucial. Instead of tearing your hair out or paying someone else to do it, consider this: Office 365 and LinkedIn have joined together with new features to make your resume turn heads.
Microsoft got the ball rolling for these changes back in 2016 when they acquired LinkedIn for $26.2 Billion.
Primarily, this feature is designed to give you job seekers an edge by seeing how others in your industry are building their resume. When you get a peek at what’s going on in your industry, you know what kind of value and experience you should be focusing on in your own resume.
So let’s take a look at some of the cool features added to Word exclusively for Office 365 thanks to the LinkedIn Resume Assistant:
- It will help write your job experiences in a more compelling way using LinkedIn’s insights feature.
- Resume Assistant puts relevant job opportunities for you right within Microsoft Word.
- It has a feature for employers to access LinkedIn’s hiring marketplace ProFinder so you can find the best freelance or independent professionals in your area.
Resume assistant makes Microsoft Word your 1-stop shop for building your resume from scratch. It has a user-friendly interface that makes suggestions for top skills in your career, articles with tips on resume-writing and suggested jobs.
With the cutting-edge Resume Assistant function that combines the LinkedIn’s connectivity with the power of Microsoft Office, now is the time to take the plunge and start using Office 365. Not a job seeker right now? This is definitely a cool new feature, but Office 365 has many others to offer for you too.
If you still aren’t convinced you want to make the change to 365, My Choice Software also has a variety of licenses that you might be looking for, at a price that can’t be beaten. If you have any questions about Office 365, Office Programs, or other deals we have going on right now, give us a call at (800) 318-1439.