Microsoft Resume Assistant available for office 365 and windows user

Last November, Microsoft had launched Resume assistant on powered by Linked in which is now available for office 365 subscribers and commercial subscribers of windows also.

Resume writing is always a difficult process as to what to be written in professional and compelling manner.New tool has given a fantastic experience to ease this process.

Below are some user experience :

“I absolutely love it; I’ve never seen anything like this!”

“I have been struggling trying to figure out how to brush up my resume and these tips took some of the burden off my shoulders.”

“It’s very helpful to have suggestions on the wording to use.”

Microsoft collected sample data and over 80 percent of resumes updated in Word, Resume Assistant helps job seekers showcase accomplishments, be more easily discovered by recruiters, and find their ideal job.

The goal is to empower job seekers with the tools to land their dream job.

To learn more about Resume Assistant, head over to the official LinkedIn blog or refer How to write resume using microsoft word resume assistant for tips, tricks, and information on how to get started.

Resume Assistant is now available to Office 365 subscribers on Windows whose Word 2016 desktop display language is set to English, who are located in and whose Windows region is set to one of the following region locations: Australia, Brazil, Microsoft Canada, China, India, Japan, New Zealand, Singapore, South Africa, and Microsoft United States. The Region location setting can be found in the Control Panel under Clock, Language, and Region. Resume Assistant can be found in the Review tab of Word.

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