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LinkedIn unveils AI-powered ‘Explore with Job Collections’ feature - find jobs quickly now

AI can help you find a great job! LinkedIn has announced its latest feature called ‘Explore with Job Collections’ which helps people find jobs quicker and more efficiently. Know all about it.

By: HT TECH
| Updated on: Jan 18 2024, 20:43 IST
AI and jobs: LinkedIn VP reveals current trends of career success, says soft skills crucial
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1/6 In today's rapidly evolving jobs market, the value of a traditional college degree is diminishing, according to Aneesh Raman, vice president at LinkedIn. Raman suggests that skills such as communication, creativity, and flexibility, known as soft skills, are becoming more crucial in the age of AI. (Pixabay)
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2/6 Over the past few decades, the focus has been on technical skills like computer science and coding. However, Raman emphasises that due to the rise of the internet and AI, the "shelf life" of a degree is shrinking dramatically. Employability is now closely tied to one's ability to adapt to jobs in a constantly changing technological landscape. (Pixabay)
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3/6 According to Raman, the key soft skill in today's workforce is adaptability. As AI tools, like OpenAI's ChatGPT, become integral in workplaces, employees need to continually learn and adapt to new technologies. Adaptability is seen as the best way for individuals to have agency in their careers. (Pexels)
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4/6 Challenges in Hiring Practices: Despite the shift in the importance of skills over degrees, Raman acknowledges that companies still face challenges in hiring based on skills rather than educational credentials. Filtering for skills is not as straightforward as filtering for degrees, and this mindset shift may take time within the business world. (Pexels)
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5/6 AI's Impact on Communication: Beyond productivity, Raman highlights that AI can enhance communication across cultures, languages, and sectors. As AI tools break down barriers, individuals can engage in higher-quality conversations and more meaningful collaborations. This transformative impact on communication is crucial for fostering empathy in the workplace. (Pexels)
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6/6 Raman's insights align with the growing trend of AI integration in businesses. LinkedIn's survey reveals that 44 percent of US executives plan to increase the use of AI in their organisations. This surge in AI adoption is driving companies to seek AI talent, with job postings related to AI experiencing a significant increase. While traditional education remains relevant, it's clear that a balance between technical and soft skills is becoming the new standard in the evolving job landscape, Business Insider India reported. 
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Want to find jobs quickly? You can do so with LinkedIn’s Explore with Job Collections feature. (Unsplash)

The adoption of artificial intelligence (AI) has been rapid over the last few years. However, it has not been smooth sailing. While AI has been credited with making our lives easier courtesy of tools like ChatGPT, it has also emerged as a dark cloud over millions of jobs that it could potentially replace. The tech industry is witnessing mass layoffs right now, with some of the world's biggest companies such as Google and Apple laying off hundreds of employees. At a time of crisis when people are hopping on LinkedIn in a desperate attempt to find another employment opportunity, it seems like the same AI, which threatens jobs, has your back. LinkedIn has announced its latest feature called ‘Explore with Job Collections' which helps people find jobs quicker and more efficiently. Know all about it.

LinkedIn Explore with Job Collections: Details

LinkedIn's Explore with Job Collections feature allows you to expand your job options and explore collections of relevant jobs across a variety of industries, specialties, and companies that you may not have otherwise been aware of. While the Job Collections feature has been present on LinkedIn since 2022, this feature now uses generative AI and Large Language Models (LLMs) to analyze job postings and classify them into specific groups, such as healthcare, media, AI/ML, top startups, top companies, unicorns, defense & space, pro sports, food & sports, and more.

To use this feature, simply visit the Jobs tab on LinkedIn, and you'll find the ‘Explore with Job Collections' feature present. When you click on it, you'll be presented with collections of jobs that align with your passion and interests, including jobs that offer remote work, good parental leave, or a focus on sustainability.

Other AI features

Explore with Job Collections is just one of the AI features rolled out by LinkedIn in the last few months. There are a handful of other AI features that can help users grow their network. LinkedIn's AI-powered Profile Building tool analyzes all the information already on your profile and identifies the most important skills and experiences to highlight in your About and Headline sections, helping your profile stand out. 

LinkedIn Recruiter now has AI-assisted messages that can help users create personalized messages, allowing recruiters to save time, increase candidate engagement, and build meaningful connections. Moreover, AI-enhanced Job Descriptions can swiftly produce job descriptions based on a few details.

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First Published Date: 18 Jan, 12:14 IST
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