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What do you do on LinkedIn?

A LinkedIn member can use the networking site to find the right job or internship, create professional relationships, and learn the skills you need to begin, succeed, and advance in your career. Members can use LinkedIn to join groups, write and share articles, and post photos and videos. Users can use LinkedIn to stay connectedContinue reading “What do you do on LinkedIn?”


LinkedIn vs. Others

With over 766 million users worldwide, LinkedIn has always been one of the most popular social media/networking sites. Most participants only use it to search for jobs in their area, and when they aren’t job hunting, they will spend less time on the site. However, LinkedIn is a way to make professional connections and build relationships withContinue reading “LinkedIn vs. Others”

Using LinkedIn to Secure a Job

One of the main reasons why people create a LinkedIn is to find a job or internship. With more than 20 million companies listed on the site and 20 million open jobs, it’s no surprise to find out that 87% of recruiters regularly use LinkedIn worldwide. There are over 14 million active job openings worldwide on LinkedIn. AllContinue reading “Using LinkedIn to Secure a Job”

What is LinkedIn?

Founded on December 28, 2002, and launched on May 5, 2003, LinkedIn is used for professional networking. “LinkedIn is the world’s largest professional network on the internet” (LinkedIn, 2020). A person can use LinkedIn to find a job or internship, create a professional relationship, and learn the needed skills to succeed in a career. OnContinue reading “What is LinkedIn?”

Welcome to the Study!

There are hundreds of social networking sites to which the world has access to use. The most common are Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter. LinkedIn is another social network that, unlike the other three I just mentioned, focuses on professional networking.  Designed to help users create professional pages to make connections, share resumes, and find jobs,Continue reading “Welcome to the Study!”