Nick isn't working right now, and he announces that fact in his LinkedIn headline. Nick went to a networking event for job-seekers where the speaker advised people not to share their unemployed status on their LinkedIn profiles -- because some employers might not like it!
At LinkedIn, we pride ourselves on our culture -- it’s at the core of everything we do, and our competitive advantage. A key reason we believe LinkedIn has been successful is that part of that culture involves encouraging our teams to take intelligent risks. Recently my team took a risk that reinforced for current employees what makes LinkedIn such a unique place to work and helped us bring that to life for potential employees as well.
While having a resume means you're looking for a job, having a LinkedIn profile does not send the same signal. As a result, many job seekers think their profile needs to say that they are actively searching to alert recruiters. Indicating you're in a job search, however, is a mistake—here’s why.
The New Year sets the tone for things to come, and what better way to ring in the New Year than reconnecting with your professional network so that you remain top of mind. You never know who will share valuable perspectives, offer advice, or open doors. Taking the time to get back in touch with a former boss, colleague or professor has the potential to open up new opportunities.
Freelancers now account for nearly 35% of the U.S. workforce and the trend is only picking up speed with more professionals opting to create their own jobs in lieu of more traditional full-time employment.
The quickest path to spurring sales growth often starts with hiring the best salespeople. And without a doubt, today’s top performers are social sellers. Before you overhaul your entire pipeline or redesign your sales playbook, take a look at what can happen when top companies bring in a few veteran social sellers.
If you’re one of the 4.8 million people who follow Jeff Weiner on LinkedIn, you probably feel like you know him. Between his likes, shares, comments, and long-form posts, you’re likely familiar with his leadership style, his passion for tech, and his support for his employees.
Today, I'm pleased to share that we’ve officially closed Microsoft's acquisition of LinkedIn. This is a major milestone for the company, one that we believe will accelerate how we connect the world’s professionals to make them more productive and successful.
At LinkedIn, we’re always working on ways to help you be more productive and successful in your career. One of the key ways we do that is through messaging, since conversations are at the heart of building relationships.
For a brand, using data to drive a storytelling campaign should be a dream. But marketers can find it “intimidating jumping into data”, says LinkedIn’s lead of Americas Insights at LinkedIn Marketing Solutions, Jennifer Brett. Speaking ahead of The Drum’s upcoming webinar on brand storytelling, Brett talks about how marketers can tackle data in their brand campaigns.
Emojis used to be reserved for messaging your closest friends. Now, emojis are finding their way into the workplace. Many companies are using emojis to connect with their audience - we even spotted a LinkedIn Job listing for an Emoji Translator this week. It helps that emojis are becoming more career-friendly by the day — Apple’s latest emojis feature a suite of new professions for women.
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