Making things simpler for customers and consumers to comprehend how worthy of a new job they are, LinkedIn released today a new “How You Match” component, and a new choice for users to apply to new openings with a single click. These two new items are going to be introduced to every user this coming month.
In “How You Match,” LinkedIn can find certain elements from a user’s page, like experience, education level, number of years in an industry, where you live, and what business sectors you desire, and line them up using an employers criteria. In cases where those looking to hire aren’t adding the elements they want to find in an employee, LinkedIn will automatically fill in the relevant elements based on the job listing. Users can then look over jobs on LinkedIn and have a simpler time looking over an easy to read list of criteria based on the jobs they’re seeking.
“It can be really hard to parse through long, descriptive, text to understand the required qualifications for a job,” said Vidya Chandra, the group product manager for LinkedIn Careers in a briefing.
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