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LinkedIn Suggests Jobs You May Be Interested In November 22, 2010

Posted by carolhagen in linkedin.
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LinkedIn has added a great “beta” feature called “Jobs You May Be Interested In”. You can see it displayed, just below your statistics on “who’s viewed your profile” and “Your LinkedIn Network” on the right hand side of your home page. Here’s what mine looked like today: Construction Jobs Social Media Jobs You May Be Interested In
Now I originally clicked on the more option and it told me there weren’t any others, but after returning to my homepage I noticed there were 3 new suggestions. I again clicked more with the same results, returning to my LinkedIn Homepage and the 3 suggestion results were 2 new ones and one repeat, but the interesting thing is what happened on clicking more this time. Low and behold they had many suggestions for me: Construction and Social Media Job suggestions I may be interested in I know this will help the job seekers out there and hope that you share this info with all you unemployed and underemployed connections. I wonder if this is a bug or intentional as LinkedIn is offering a LinkedIn Job Seeker Premium account to me?

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