She swears this hack works.
Hanna Goefft, an NYC creator whose TikTok content highlights job opportunities and employment advice, is encouraging viewers to use ChatGPT to prepare for interviews.
In her video, which has scored more than 2 million views since March, she praises the OpenAI software for its ability to pose questions that could be asked by a real-life employer.
“This is the easiest way to prepare for interviews, and it will work for every single job,” Goefft began.
In the 48-second clip, captioned, “I don’t think I’ll ever get over hacking life with AI,” she copies and pastes a job description for a product marketing manager into ChatGPT, asking the smart chat bot to analyze the posting for 10 keywords and produce related questions.
The artificially intelligent tech generated questions such as, “How do you determine when and what products to package and promote at each stage of the customer journey?”
Goefft advises viewers to incorporate the keywords provided by ChatGPT in their interview responses.
“You don’t necessarily need to say them explicitly, but you want your examples to demonstrate that you have these skills,” she said in the video.
“This way, you’ll know that you’re highlighting the most relevant pieces of your experience rather than just projects that you may be proud of, which might not always be the same thing,” she added.
The Post has reached out to Goefft for comment.
Viewers championed Goefft’s hack while brainstorming the software’s job-seeking capabilities.
“I swear learning how to use ChatGPT to maximize its potential is going to be a whole acquired skillset,” one person commented.
“Can ChatGPT write a resume?” asked another.
“I’ve been doing this for a few weeks and now I’m being flown to another state for a second interview at my dream job NO JOKE,” exclaimed someone else.
“I’m a recruiter and I second this,” declared another user. “The job description is a great source for what questions you might expect on interview. Use it!”
Other ChatGPT experimentations include drafting Tinder messages, wedding vows, and even letters of resignation.
The advanced tech helped one TikToker quit her job, formulating an email for her to send to her boss that went viral.
The popularity of ChatGPT has soared since its debut last year, but now, warnings from tech experts and even its creator have raised eyebrows.
The latest fear centers around security, as Apple banned employees from using the OpenAI software amid concerns of leaking confidential information.