Microblogging site Twitter is apparently preparing to launch a new service that will permit verified businesses to submit job adverts on its platform, infringing upon LinkenIn’s domain.
Even though Elon Musk, a billionaire, has not yet made an official public announcement about the feature, several confirmed users have said they have access to it.
Below the business’s Twitter bio is a section for job ads, which directs interested individuals to their website for more details and the application procedure.
According to reports, Twitter has also set up a special account with the username @TwitterHiring, however despite being an affiliate account, nothing has been posted there as of yet.
According to reports, the function of the tool, which has apparently been dubbed “Twitter Hiring,” was made public by app researcher Nima Owji, who uploaded an image illustrative of its use on the website.
The microblogging site is promoting this service to verified businesses, according to the information that is currently available, so they can draw potential applicants for their open positions.
Up to five job postings can be made to a verified company’s Twitter page. To simply post jobs on the social media network, employers must connect an applicant tracking system or XML feed that is supported.
It’s noteworthy to note that in May, after a user recommended adding dating services to the platform instead, Musk made a suggestion about adding job listings to the bird app.
Twitter was acquired by Space X in October of last year, and the head of Space X answered, “Interesting Idea. perhaps jobs as well.
A content-producing company called WorkWeek has already started utilising the new function. after the company’s CEO, Adam Ryan, made fun of the job listings by tweeting a screenshot. Ryan made fun of Threads, a Twitter competitor of Mark Zuckerberg’s.
While the debut date and wider availability of the tool are shrouded in mystery, it appears that the social networking platform is taking steps to broaden its market and offerings in order to draw in more business users, notably in the recruiting industry.