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Is Instagram the New LinkedIn for Young Workers?

The job search has gone almost completely digital and increasingly social. In fact, a good portion of job seekers use Facebook and Twitter to research companies, while recruiters use LinkedIn to vet potential candidates. However, for younger job seekers, Instagram is becoming an important place for learning about the culture of potential workplaces. Jobvite surveyed...

How to Use LinkedIn Recommendations to Stand Out From the Crowd

You probably know all the basics of using LinkedIn. You might’ve run a successful job hunt on the network. Maybe you consider yourself pretty good at networking. But there’s one more important thing that many users are overlooking: LinkedIn Recommendations. Show More Summary

How to Use LinkedIn's New Direct Messaging Options to Generate More Business

LinkedIn continues to innovate with how its members can communicate, and its latest update makes real-time sales, marketing and customer service even easier to execute as a result.

These are the top 14 tech companies people want to work at, according to LinkedIn

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On Thursday, LinkedIn released its annual list of the companies people want to work at in the US, and it’s absolutely dominated by tech giants. In fact, every single one of the top seven are tech, only finally broken by Time Warner at eight and Disney at nine. Show More Summary

Members of Colombia's biggest rebel group are trying to join LinkedIn, but they're struggling to connect

With the ratification of a peace deal late last year and their move to demobilization camps earlier this year, Colombia's left-wing FARC rebels are well into their transition from Colombia's biggest rebel group to legitimate citizens...Show More Summary

Companies that draw the most interest in the U.S.

Here is a look at LinkedIn's top 5 U.S. companies for 2017 that have drawn the most interest on the social network's website.        

These are the top 14 tech companies people want to work at, according to LinkedIn

On Thursday, LinkedIn released its annual list of the companies people want to work at in the US, and it's absolutely dominated by tech giants. In fact, every single one of the top seven are tech, only finally broken by Time Warner at...Show More Summary

Alphabet, Amazon top LinkedIn's top companies list

Google's parent company Alphabet afford its employees the resources to tackle "massive problems," according to LinkedIn.        

Best Places to Work in India: Flipkart, Amazon and KPMG Top The List: LinkedIn

LinkedIn comes out with a list of companies that are most sought after across the globe. From Alphabet to Adobe and Ola to OYO Rooms, this year’s LinkedIn Top Companies span 10 industries. The Top Companies list is based on the billions of actions taken by LinkedIn’s 500+ million members. Show More Summary

The 25 hottest companies of 2017, according to LinkedIn

Where do people want to work these days? That's the question that LinkedIn answers in its top companies of 2017 report. Using data collected from the job site's more than 500 million members, LinkedIn ranked the 50 companies that people in the US most want to work for. Show More Summary

Tips From Lynda Weinman On How She Built And Sold Lynda.com To LinkedIn For $1.5 Billion

In a rare interview, the founder of online learning firm Lynda.com talks about taking venture capital funding, being acquired by LinkedIn for $1.5 billion, and her advice for company founders.

5 Reasons Why You Need LinkedIn for Your Business

Contributor Karen Yankovich outlines five reasons why LinkedIn is a critical business platform. 

Where Do LinkedIn Users Really Want to Work?

LinkedIn users really want to work at Google parent Alphabet, according to the professional network's analysis of "billions of actions" by its more than 500 million members for its second annual Top Companies list. The top five was rounded out by Amazon, Facebook, Salesforce and Uber. In contrast, the top five companies on the 2016...

LinkedIn Data Reveals The Hottest Companies To Work For Right Now

Americans want to work for big companies with better benefits and work/life balance. Thanks to plenty of research, we know that more than half of American workers are burned out or just not into their jobs and would happily jump ship to work at a company with a better culture (and a bigger salary). Read Full Story

Google will let you search LinkedIn, Monster, Facebook, and more job sites all at once

Google CEO Sundar Pichai just introduced Google for Jobs — a forthcoming initiative from Google that will let you search for jobs in your area, with listings pulled from sites like LinkedIn, Facebook, and CareerBuilder. I've tested over...Show More Summary

A Lesson From Toyota: Thanking Employees for Pointing Out Problems

Thanks to Lean Frontiers for sharing a story from Mike Hoseus on LinkedIn. Mike is, of course, co-author of the excellent book Toyota Culture: The Heart and Soul of the Toyota Way (written with Jeff Liker, who I just learned is retiring from the University of Michigan... Show More Summary

Retail chief Angela Ahrendts talks ‘Today at Apple’ and more in video interview

Apple Retail chief Angela Ahrendts has appeared in a video interview promoting the new Today at Apple initiative launching at Apple Stores this week. In the discussion with LinkedIn’s Daniel Roth, Ahrendts talks about her approach to leading Apple Retail to success when some retailers are struggling. Show More Summary

LinkedIn Adds ‘Suggested Skills’ and Expanded Audience Insights (with Video Coming Soon?)

LinkedIn's added a new set of tweaks and updates to help boost the functionality of the platform. 

How LinkedIn's Latest Update Could Help Boost Your Exposure Through the Platform

LinkedIn is looking to provide more opportunities for exposure with a new change to their terms of service.

Barack Obama's LinkedIn Sadly No Longer Claims He's Our Current President

Until this weekend, Barack Obama was still the president of the United States. This was not in an alternate reality, exactly, but on the social network LinkedIn. Late Friday afternoon, Obama’s official job title on LinkedIn switchedShow More Summary

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