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Microsoft now has LinkedIn Resume Assistant for their Office 365

Resume Assistant in Word

LinkedIn Resume Assistant, which is a tool that helps you optimize your resume, is now available to 365 users of Microsoft Office to give them an outstanding resume.

The integration between LinkedIn and Microsoft now makes it easy to have a professional resume that showcases your achievements.

The Resume Assistant offers a pop-up sidebar that lets you see examples that you can use for your work experience descriptions and skills that most employers are looking for.

How does LinkedIn Resume Assistant work?

There are more than 15 million job applications over LinkedIn almost every week, and standing out from that crown can be a challenge in itself.

What the Resume Assistant is doing is going through millions of profiles and using these insights to give you ideas on how to frame your own personal experience and unique skills.

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Microsoft has stated that this feature is available to all Office 365 subscribers and, according to statistics, more than 80 percent of resumes are made on Word.

This integration is the result of Microsoft’s acquisition of LinkedIn in 2016 for $26.2 billion and has since been rolled out to all Office 365 users.

This feature gathers all of your LinkedIn information and will give you examples from other profiles to inspire you and help you arrange your resume information. The Resume Assistant will help you showcase your skills and experience.

Currently, the Resume Assistant is available to users in regions such as United States , United Kingdom, Australia , Canada, China, Brazil , India , Japan, New Zealand, Singapore, South Africa and will be extended to other regions over time.