6 Steps to Figuring Out If You’ve Got the Right Job Offer

You've landed a job offer. Congratulations! Now you have to decide if you'll accept it.

Introducing Your Commute on LinkedIn Jobs: Explore Travel Time When Looking for Your Next Job

We know commuting is a pain point for many job-seekers, in fact 85% of U.S. professionals say they would take a pay cut for a shorter commute. Today, we’re introducing a feature, “Your Commute”, that can help you understand your potential commute time, whether you’re walking, driving or taking public transportation, before you even apply for the role. There are a lot of factors that go into understanding if a job is the right fit for you, and taking the time to research can often be a roadblock...

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Hiring Trends up From This Time Last Year: LinkedIn Workforce Report June 2018

The oil industry turns up the heat on hiring – Nationally, across all industries, gross hiring in the U.S. was 4.5% higher than in May 2017. Seasonally-adjusted national hiring was up 5.3% in May from April 2018. Hiring in the oil and energy industry, on the upswing since its recent trough in mid-2016, rose by 5.2% over the past year. With oil prices at their highest since December 2014, a comparison of oil prices and industry hiring shows tight correlation: when oil prices dipped between...

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Introducing How You Match on LinkedIn Jobs

Knowing whether or not you’re a good fit for a role is one of the most challenging parts of the job hunt. Being able to understand exactly how your skills and experience match with what a potential employer is looking for can feel like solving a riddle with no clear answer. Today, we’re announcing a feature to help ease that process - How You Match. Now, when you view a job on LinkedIn, look toward the right-hand side of the page to find How You Match. You’ll find a checklist of how factors,...

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10 Popular Jobs in Tech That Don’t Require Tech Skills

Whoever said coding is the new literacy?

Hiring Remains Strong and Stable Through April: LinkedIn Workforce Report May 2018

The U.S. needs 230,000 more people with marketing skills –  Companies, large and small, need marketing to grow. Small businesses may not have resources for a full-time marketing hire, but they still need these skills—which range from social media and digital marketing, to market research and branding. Given how critical marketing skills are across sectors, we were surprised to find that the U.S. has a national shortage of 230,000 people with marketing skills. The San Francisco Bay Area, Boston,...

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10 Tips for Landing a Job in a New City

When it comes to moving to a new city, there are so many things to take into consideration, including employment.

Hiring Keeps Up the Pace Through March: LinkedIn Workforce Report April 2018

In March, hiring across the U.S. was 19.3% higher than in March 2017. Seasonally-adjusted hiring was 3.1% higher in March than in February 2018. Hiring has been slightly better through the start of 2018 than it was in the second half of 2017, but year-over-year comparisons will become more challenging as we move into spring, when hiring skyrocketed last year. In line with national hiring trends, the industries with the biggest year-over-year hiring increases in March were financial services &...

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12 Odd Jobs That Pay Surprisingly Well

Sometimes, odd jobs can be high-paying jobs.

10 of the Highest Paying Gig Economy Jobs of 2018

Thinking about joining the gig economy? Here are some top-notch jobs.