Facebook Is Testing New Job Hunting Features, More Developments In Hobbies Section Might Also Arrive Soon

Facebook Is Testing New Job Hunting Features, More Developments In Hobbies Section Might Also Arrive Soon

Today, in the era of internet and social media, anything is possible and carrying the same philosophy forward, Facebook is constantly bringing interesting additions to make users connect just the way, they wish for. 

As seen in a recent revelation by Jane Manchun Wong, who is known for uncovering unreleased apps features, security vulnerabilities and codes on Twitter for fun, Facebook users may soon let recruiters know that they are open to new job opportunities and they can also showcase their hobbies on Facebook profiles. 

Facebook Jobs will let job hunters link into opportunities, allowing recruiters to come across your resume and send you messages

Lately, to give LinkedIn some tough time, Facebook has been focusing a lot on creating job opportunities through the platform and moving on with that, the company is testing some much needed features that will make recruiting and connecting with employers easier than before. Job hunters will now get the option to let employers know that you are looking for in a work opportunity, see your resume on profile and also send you messages, in case they are interested.

To tackle the another challenge of sustaining engagement on the largest social media site (in terms of users), Facebook is also working on introducing hobbies section on profiles. By doing so, you will be able to add your favorite activities or even choose from the popular ones that can not only give a better impression of your personality but will also help you in finding friends with mutual interests. 

Facebook is working on Hobbies section, pick your hobbies and show it on your profile. Find people and communities with the hobbies in common!

Facebook develops new features every other day, but the rigorous testing process and lack of right execution doesn’t let all of them secure a place. However, on paper, these features indeed look great for the betterment of community, overall.


Source of the post : https://www.digitalinformationworld.com

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