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X, Formerly Twitter, Might Offer Job Search Feature on Platform

Users of X, formerly known as Twitter, will soon have the ability to discover job opportunities tailored to their qualifications directly within the social media platform.

In July, a screenshot of the ‘Twitter Hiring’ feature surfaced, shared by a diligent app researcher. This feature is offered free of charge, allowing organizations to showcase job openings on their respective company profiles to attract top-quality talent. Verified companies will be able to post up to five job listings on their profiles.

The introduction of this feature aligns with Elon Musk’s vision of creating an all-in-one platform, offering a wide range of services.

According to a recent update from X Daily, a Twitter-related news account, the ‘XHiring’ handle has already begun posting job listings. Currently, these job listings are visible only on the web and accessible to users in the United States.

Chris Bakke, the former CEO of Laskie, a job-matching platform recently acquired by Twitter, confirmed that the platform is gearing up to launch a job search feature. This feature will facilitate job seekers in finding opportunities that match their qualifications effectively.

In other recent news, X has removed all images posted on the platform between 2011 and 2014. This action is likely related to difficulties in displaying old posts with attachments, such as images and hyperlinks. However, whether this removal was intentional or due to technical issues remains uncertain.

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