Last year, Austin-based app Bumble (which initially launched as a dating app) announced a new feature called Bumble Bizz, which aims to help its users make business connections. 

If you were skeptical about using a dating app to expand your professional network, it’s gotten an endorsement from a pretty big name: Kris Jenner.

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The Kardashian-Jenner matriarch is using the app to find her new personal assistant, Bumble announced Monday.

The search is open to candidates across the country, and over the next few weeks, Jenner will connect with users looking to be her next assistant using the app.

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A winner will be announced on her Instagram, and her new assistant will help her with daily scheduling and organizational tasks.

So if you see Jenner on the app, don’t worry, it’s legit, so you can swipe right -- and she might just hire you.

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