ChatGPT could finally eliminate 300 million full-time employees roles around the world, according to Goldman Sachs.
Some HR professionals are wary of candidates who rely on ChatGPT to give them a head start in the application process, according to the findings of the talent cloud company iCIMS reported by Mashable.
According to the report, which surveyed students and recent graduates, 47% of college seniors want to use ChatGPT or other AI bots to write their CV or cover letter, and 25% of Generation Z have already done so.
It’s a dealbreaker for a significant number of HR professionals: the report found that 39% wouldn’t give the job to someone using AI technology when hiring.
Of course, many job seekers will continue to use the time-saving tool undetected. According to a survey by resume builderwhich interviewed over 1,000 current and recent candidates, seven out of 10 who used ChatGPT reported a higher response rate from companies – and 78% made it to the interview stage.
Despite the hesitation of some recruiters, they can also enjoy the benefits of ChatGPT. “Generative AI bots (like ChatGPT) have the potential to help candidates and employers be more productive and communicate better,” said Al Smith, chief technology officer of iCIMS, in the report.