PYMNTS.com May 26, 2024

Tech workers are scrambling to add artificial intelligence (AI) capabilities to their resumes.

As The Wall Street Journal (WSJ) reported Sunday (May 26), it’s a shift happening as tech companies are also trying to reposition themselves as AI firms, and trying to get their staff to be more savvy about the technology.

“I’ve been leading with an AI-tailored resume for the last two to three months,” Asif Dhanani, a former technical product manager at Amazon, told WSJ.

Dhanani has struggled to find a job, and has decided to invest $6,800 in a two-week online AI boot camp from Deep Atlas.

“The skills building for me is a worthwhile investment,” he said, even if it doesn’t help him find a...

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