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With Job Hunting Moving to the Web, LinkedIn is the New Hotspot

According to a survey, in 2019, about 3.9 million students graduated with a college degree in the US. As a result, naturally, today, they are looking for jobs. Imagine how much pressure such a large number of students graduating every year creates in the global employment sector! Also, once they’ve completed their education, most people start taking the next step in their careers. In that respect, a critical aspect in today’s time is making one’s digital presence count.

More and more students have taken to online forums to find the right work opportunities. And needless to say, when talking about career-specific digital forums, LinkedIn is a clear leader. Recent studies show that almost 50% of college graduates in the US are LinkedIn users. The professional network has become quite the hotspot when it comes to bagging new jobs and connecting with the right people.


Unsplash | LinkedIn has become a hotspot for bagging jobs and connecting with the right people

Read – Using LinkedIn as a Career Tool

How LinkedIn has become a stage to showcase skills

Popular statistics are sufficient to show how vastly LinkedIn has captured the market. According to several online sources, around 44% of LinkedIn users take home more than $75000 per year. Additionally, over the past several years, LinkedIn has become the world’s largest online job portal, with about 122 million people receiving interviews through it. Over 35 million people have been hired by people they connected with on the portal.

It would, without a doubt, be an accomplishment to get listed among such achievers, but doing it isn’t a child’s play. To make the most of a platform as extensive and influential as LinkedIn, you need to make sure your profile stands out.


Unsplash | To make it big through LinkedIn your profile needs to stand out

Here are a few tips on how you can make the most of LinkedIn

  • Your profile needs to be concise and crisp. It should convey precisely what you want to communicate without being wordy. A recruiter should be able to skim through all that you’ve got quickly.
  • You should add more and more connections to expand your reach. Share, comment, and like your connections’ posts to make your digital presence count.
  • List at least five relevant skills in your profile, as doing so increases the chances of your profile getting discovered.
  • Also, join professional groups that include like‐minded people so that you can learn valuable things from them.

Read – How to make your LinkedIn Profile Shine


Unsplash | If someone views your profile, don’t hesitate to send across a ‘Hi’

Wrapping it up

These days, an active LinkedIn presence is all you need to secure a good future for yourself. The platform opens quite a few doors when it comes to meeting new people and highlighting your work strengths.

But, being proactive and taking the first step can prove crucial and make all the difference. It’s a battlefield out there, and only the ones who play it right can win. So if you notice that someone has checked out your profile, don’t hesitate to send them a greeting. Who knows where that conversation could land you!

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