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This Microsoft Teams update could help you find a new job

Finding a job could soon be a lot more straightforward for students coming straight out of College/University thanks to a new Microsoft Teams update.

The video conferencing service will be adding local job market trends to its Career Coach Microsoft Mobile Teams app. This way lets users find out what opportunities are on offer from employers near them.

The trends will come directly from LinkedIn. With the Microsoft-owned social media network providing the latest information for job hunters everywhere.

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According to the official entry on the Microsoft 365 roadmap, the update is still in development. However, it should be rolling out to Teams users across the world before the end of February 2022.

The tool will be available to faculty and staff license holders alike. Presumably means that the target for the update will be university and college-level student grades.

Career Coach already looks to assist students in identifying career goals aligned with their passions, interests, and strengths. As well as allowing them to make connections with alumni, peers, and faculty who can support them on their career path and their future.

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The news is the latest in a long series of updates and upgrades for Teams. The company looks to create it as user friendly as possible.

In a similar vein to today’s news, Microsoft recently revealed that it is working on a new feature. This will allow LinkedIn profiles to be displayed in Teams.

The information will be displayed in personal chats, meaning colleagues can find out more about their co-workers, for example when planning for a project or looking to help with onboarding.

Teams continue to go from strength to STRENGTH, with the latest figures from the company showing that the service now boasts over 270 million monthly active users (MAUs)


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