Microsoft and LinkedIn have launched their Resume Assistant, a Word-integrated that aims to help you write your resume suggesting work experience descriptions pulled from similar LinkedIn and requirements from real job postings. “The feature is available to Microsoft Office 365 subscribers, but one does not need a LinkedIn account to use it,” reports Quartz. From the report: What’s more, you’re done, Resume Assistant promises to “surface relevant job opportunities for you directly within Microsoft Word.” The is the newest product to come out of Microsoft’s takeover of LinkedIn, the high price of which raised more questions than it answered. Industry analysts speculated that Microsoft might have more up its sleeve than just trying to snag more users — offering companies an entire hiring, learning, and training package, perhaps.

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