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New Study Finds that ChatGPT Experience is Highly Valued by Employers

A recent study by job site ResumeBuilder found that job seekers with experience in OpenAI’s ChatGPT are highly sought after by employers. The survey included 1,187 business leaders, including CEOs, executives, owners, and partners, with the majority currently hiring. The study found that 91% of business leaders who are hiring are looking to hire workers with ChatGPT experience, with 30% doing so urgently. The research also found that two-thirds of business leaders believe that these skills can give their firms a competitive edge.

According to respondents, workers with ChatGPT experience can improve productivity, save time and resources, and enhance creative and technical support, which can bolster the company’s reputation. Additionally, workers with experience in the technology can teach their colleagues how to use the AI, which can amplify its benefits.

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The study revealed that business leaders are most likely looking to hire workers with ChatGPT experience for their software engineering departments, followed by customer service, human resources, and marketing. Respondents also noted that they are likely to hire prompt engineers, who train AI chatbots to yield desirable outputs, starting this year.

As workers increasingly use ChatGPT to make their jobs easier, many have used the chatbot to develop code, write marketing copy, and generate lesson plans. Some companies are even willing to hire prompt engineers with no tech background for as much as $335,000 a year.

Resume Builder’s Chief Career Advisor, Stacie Haller, advised job seekers to include their ChatGPT experience in their resume and cover letters. She pointed out that there are hundreds of ChatGPT tutorials available online and urged workers to take advantage of them to give themselves a competitive edge.

The explosion of ChatGPT tutorials on the internet is proof that knowing how to use the chatbot is the skill of the future, according to instructors interviewed by Insider. Haller added that those who learn this new technology will likely pull ahead of other candidates.