TikTok lets users apply for jobs with video resumes
Under the “TikTok Resumes” program, companies including Chipotle Mexican Grill and Target Corp will accept video resumes.
TikTok’s short video sharing app on Wednesday launched a test program that enables users to re-upload videos of US activities from WWE Superstar to a major data engineer at Shopify or an art producer at TikTok itself.
Under the “TikTok Resume” program, companies including Chipotle Mexican Grill and Target Corp will host the video launch from July 7 to July 31.
Widely used by Gen Z and for thousands of years, the platform will allow users to apply for entry-level jobs with knowledgeable videos with the hashtag #TikTokResumes, the company said on a blog post.
The United States is facing a shortage of willing workers as the demand for workers returns in the wake of the epidemic, which is being fueled by rapid vaccination measures for coronavirus.
Known for its dance-setting dance videos, TikTok has seen an increase in content and work-related content under hashtags like # CareerTok. Companies including the Bumble Inc and Facebook dating app allow users to connect and search for jobs, but Microsoft Corp Link LinkedIn remains a professional social networking site.