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X, Formerly Twitter Will Soon Let You Search For Jobs

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X, formerly known as Twitter, is currently developing a job search feature that will allow users to search for jobs within its microblogging-turned-“super app.” X has plans to expand its offerings and become similar to Chinese apps like “We Chat” or “AliPay.”

Although the job search feature is still being worked on, X has already started sharing job listings on its page through @XHiring. Currently, these listings are only visible on the web and in the US.

One user expressed curiosity about how they would know which companies are hiring through the X job search feature.

The former CEO of Laskie, a job-matching platform acquired by Twitter/X, replied, “Job search, but more importantly – matchmaking to qualified opportunities – both coming soon.”

Once the feature is officially released, we can expect the X job search to function similarly to Laskie. Laskie aims to simplify job searches by connecting companies with the most suitable talent and allowing them to reach out to candidates.

Similar to Laskie, companies using the X job search feature may provide detailed information about the talent they are seeking, making the hiring process more transparent and straightforward.

Currently, Laskie’s website and public profiles are locked, with “acquired by Twitter” displayed next to them.

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I arrived at this prediction based on the fact that Laskie was one of Twitter’s early major deals under Elon Musk. While it was unclear at the time whether Musk would keep the platform independent or integrate it into Twitter, it is now evident that integration has occurred.

Given that Laskie’s unique talent search mechanism played a significant role in its success and eventual acquisition, it would make sense for Twitter/X to incorporate a similar mechanism into their platform.

Image Source: Yalcin Sonat / Shutterstock

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