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Serge Osaulenko recently created a vacancy for his brokerage firm, Everlane Realty, using ChatGPT. The Role: A real estate agent who will also use ChatGPT to perform day to day tasks.

“Not every agent is good at writing property descriptions,” Osaulenko said, but he expects ChatGPT to help change that.

Osaulenko, who is based in St. Petersburg, Florida, is among a growing number of employers looking for new employees who can use AI technology in their daily jobs — or at least want to try it out.

When software maker OpenAI launched ChatGPT in November, it set off an arms race for investment and competition, along with discussions from ethical and philosophical to geopolitical. Rather than wait to see how they will change, some employers are racing to advertise roles that interact with AI.

LinkedIn posts that refer to “GPT” — or “generative processing transformer,” a technical term for AI-driven tools that produce written content on demand — swelled 51% from 2024 to 2024, according to data provided by the company.

The job site actually said it saw a more than 140% jump in references to “paradigm language,” another term related to AI writing systems, across job postings from February 2020 to last month.

The publications are among the first signs of how an influx of AI tools could transform the jobs of millions of people. study released this month Researchers from OpenAI and the University of Pennsylvania found that 80% of the US workforce could have at least 10% of their work affected by GPTs and that nearly a fifth of them could have half of their tasks affected.

When Osaulenko tested ChatGPT a few months ago, he said, all he had to do was enter the property address to create a semi-ready to publish description of a home listing—complete with square footage, square footage, and the number of bedrooms and bathrooms.

Include with your app a ChatGPT-created story that a 7-year-old might enjoy, and the prompt you used to create it.

A sample candidate evaluation has been posted on the ziprecruiter website

Since then, he has started using AI tools to help write blog posts, scripts for marketing content, to cut videos, and more. He said he wants the next real estate agent he hires to learn to do the same.

AI-related tasks are becoming an integral part of a small but growing number of jobs not directly related to tech jobs, said Julia Pollack, chief economist at ZipRecruiter. About half of the platform’s listings mentioning ChatGPT, she said, are for engineering positions related to artificial intelligence, while the other half lean toward marketing or content creation.

The second type of list typically looks for candidates who have “the desire to learn and adapt to new technologies, such as ChatGPT,” Pollack said, or, he says, “are excited to see how we can use ChatGPT and other AI tools to do a better job faster.”

This suggests that enthusiasm for trying such tools is as much a qualifier as technical knowledge – which isn’t surprising given that ChatGPT’s user-friendly design runs on simple language commands rather than code.

“It is also used in job candidate skills assessments,” Pollack said, with recent guidance on ZipRecruiter asking applicants to “describe how you think tools like ChatGPT might affect your role over time” or “include in your ChatGPT app a story a year-old might enjoy 7 years, and the router I used to create it.”

Nation, a New York-based company that runs a fundraising platform, was recently hiring for a company Marketing leader who has “already begun experimenting with generative AI” and is excited to grow and expand with AI tools.

Company founder Ryan Shea said that nearly every employee of the 11-person tech company has already been using ChatGPT at least weekly since the end of January. It’s not perfect, he said, and it doesn’t replace “knowledge workers,” but it can help the creative process.

“It’s a technology story as old as time,” he said. “If you’re a horse-drawn carriage driver and don’t hug cars, things just haven’t worked out for you.”

Some schools have already banned ChatGPT from classrooms due to cheating concerns, while others are embracing it. bunch of talk vacancies History and philosophy teachers in the New York area say teachers will use ChatGPT as a teaching tool for high school and high school students.

Wellput, an email marketing company, is I am looking for an advertising sales coordinator who would use AI software such as ChatGPT or to craft templates for use in email campaigns, among other tasks. The company said it has been using the tools for about three months.

There is no guarantee that enthusiasm will continue to rise. This month OpenAI released GPT-4, its latest iteration, raising concerns that have added to a growing chorus of AI experts and ethicists calling for more regulation and controls as the technology advances into the future.

Recent history shows that some noisy technologies can lead to a fading hiring craze. after it rose last year wave of media coverageMentions of NFTs in job ads on Indeed peaked at 226 per million listings in April, according to data provided by the platform, before dropping to single digits in December as the non-fungible token market faded.

From February 2024 to last month, NFT-linked listings on Indeed dropped 64%.

Some people will call it gimmicky [say] Osaulenko said of the emerging AI tools. But he remains optimistic, comparing their impact to the advent of the internet itself.

Shi was more careful. “If things fade away,” he said, “I mean, ChatGPT will still be a big part of our workflow.” “I think it will change some things, but I don’t think it will completely revolutionize things overnight. You know, there are still industries in the world that are not using email properly.”