According to screenshots shared with the tweet, the listing will be placed under the “We Are Hiring” section, located below the company’s bio on the account.
Elon Musk’s X has presented a job listing feature for verified organizations, as indicated by a tweet shared with a screenshot. The listing will be placed under the “We Are Hiring” section, which is situated beneath the company’s account bio.
Elon Musk’s X Introduces Job Listing Feature for Verified Users
Elon Musk had hinted at unveiling this feature in May.
In the latest move, Elon Musk’s X, led by Elon Musk, formerly of Twitter, has introduced a feature to post job listings for verified organizations on the microblogging platform. The official account of X Hiring posted an update on social media platforms to announce this feature. This feature is “especially available” for verified organizations and is currently in its beta version.
Unlock early access to the X Hiring Beta — exclusively for Verified Organizations.
Feature your most critical roles and organically reach millions of relevant candidates.
— Hiring (@XHiring) August 25, 2023
In a post, the company stated, “Quickly unlock X Hiring Beta for verified organizations. Showcase your most critical roles and reach millions of relevant candidates systematically.” As per the screenshot shared with the tweet, the listing will be placed under the “We Are Hiring” section, situated below the company’s account bio. These job postings will link potential candidates to their preferred organization’s website, where they can learn more about the position and submit applications. Reports suggest that this feature will be available for premium users at a monthly fee of $1000.
The billionaire had hinted at unveiling this feature in May. Responding to a user’s suggestion that dating services are present on Twitter, Musk remarked, “Interesting thought, maybe jobs too.” This seems to align with Musk’s earlier statements, suggesting a step towards making the platform an all-encompassing app.
According to a July report by TechCrunch, following Elon Musk’s acquisition of job-matching tech startup Laski in May, Twitter made its first acquisition. This acquisition likely aided the company in creating and rolling out new features. Media company Workweek based in the United States has been utilizing this feature for a month. Its CEO, Adam Ryan, took to the platform to share the new feature and took a jibe at Mark Zuckerberg’s newly launched Twitter competitor threads.
“While there’s much ado about copying and pasting another app by Zuck, Elon’s Twitter is shipping products that matter. We got a job posting feature on our company page. Keeping in mind we’ve put over 20+ people to work via Twitter, it’s a no-brainer,” they stated in a tweet from a month ago. However, they also mentioned at that time that there was no additional fee to list jobs on the company’s profile, and it was part of the paid account package.