Last month we talked a bit about Wilbert “Beau” Bass who claimed to be a Navy SEAL on his LinkedIn profile. Of course, the Navy never hears of him; We suspected that he had Air Force service, and his FOIA just showed up; He was a real over-achiever in the Air Force, discharged after seven […]
LinkedIn today announced that they are opening their 11th office in EMEA. The new office will be located in Berlin, Germany and it is expected to be operational in the second half of 2018. LinkedIn already has an office in Germany (Munich) which they opened in 2011. In making the decision to open the Berlin office, we […] Read More: LinkedIn opens a new office in Europe
Two music companies were named to the 2018 LinkedIn Top Companies which represent where professionals most want to work in the U.S. based on the actions of LinkedIn’s 546 million users. Amazon, Google parent Alphabet and Facebook (prior to this week's data scandal), were the top three place to work...
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Amazon is at the top of LinkedIn's Top Companies list for 2018. Amazon was No. 2 last year, behind Alphabet, Google's parent company. LinkedIn considered "interest in the company, engagement with the company’s employees, job demand and...Show More Summary
Even though Silicon Valley is facing a reckoning, people still want to work there, according to LinkedIn's survey of top 50 companies to work in 2018.
• Facebook, Amazon, and Alphabet — Google's parent company — all fared well in LinkedIn's "top companies of 2018" list. • Amazon took the top spot, beating out last year's top-ranked company, Alphabet. • Tesla, Comcast, and Netflix all...Show More Summary
According to job site LinkedIn, professionals are flocking to a Seattle-based e-commerce giant...Amazon...Buzz 60's Chandra Lanier has the story.
Microsoft doesn't make the list, but there's a good reason why.
A data analysis by LinkedIn suggests that Apple is the sixth most desirable company to work for in the US, up from 7th place in 2017. The professional networking firm says that it arrived at its rankings not from a survey, but rather by analyzing the actions taken by LinkedIn members on the site … more…
LinkedIn has released their annual list of the most sought-after employers, with Apple coming in at number six, up one position from last year.
ASOS just became the most desirable company to work for in the UK, according to a LinkedIn study. The company had a strong sales performance in 2017, increased its headcount by 30%, and is looking to hire 1,00 new employees this year.It...Show More Summary
Amazon tops the 2018 LinkedIn Top Companies in the United States list, released Wednesday.
Amazon tops the list of the 50 most in-demand places to work according to LinkedIn’s ranking of data generated by its 546+ million members around the world. The top ten are: Amazon Alphabet (Google) Facebook Salesforce Tesla Apple Comcast Walt Disney Company Oracle Netflix You can see the full list here. Show More Summary
Amazon vaulted its way to the top of the 2018 LinkedIn Top Companies list, swapping positions with last year's leader, Google parent Alphabet, which came in second. They were joined in the top five by Facebook (No. 3, No. 3 in 2017), Salesforce (No. 4, No. 4 last year) and Tesla (No. 5, up from...
Did you know that you can stop videos from automatically playing as you browse your feed in the LinkedIn mobile application? Our guide will show you how. Note: These screenshots were captured in the LinkedIn app on iOS. Step 1: Tap your profile picture in the top-left corner of the screen. Step 2: Tap the...
Last year, LinkedIn rolled out support for native video for all its users. Since then, LinkedIn team saw that video content being shared 20x more than other types of content. The company launched a new feature in October last year for...Show More Summary
A touch of Snapchat and Instagram is coming to LinkedIn, as the professional network Tuesday announced the debut of filters and text styles for its members' videos. LinkedIn said video is being shared 20 times more than other types of content. The professional network originally launched filters for events at the Grace Hopper Celebration last...
Even LinkedIn can't resist the urge to imitate Snapchat, it seems. The job-oriented social network is adding eerily familiar-looking filters to its video capture tools for Android and iOS, letting you brag about your "side hustle" and other updates as if you're one of the hip kids. Show More Summary