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You should send out a CV.
LinkedIn is essential if you’re looking to move up career-wise. The more you use it, the more you get recommended certain people to connect with, and jobs you can apply for. Like this one, for example. Don’t tell our boss what we were ...
Guess who’s at No. 1.
Motivational and business speaker Jonathan Yabut has been named the Top Filipino on LinkedIn for 2021. Perhaps best-known for winning the inaugural season of The Apprentice Asia, Yabut tops the community-driven list that recognizes Filipinos who “actively share content on LinkedIn to ...
A ranking of the best workplaces to grow your career.
If you’re looking to move up at work, consider yourself lucky if you work for any of those in LinkedIn’s Top Companies in the Philippines List 2021. The professional network came out with the list which it says ranks the best places ...
The future architecture of employment emphasizes how you work.   
The hows have it. According to LinkedIn’s “Future of Talent” white paper, soft skills, as in how you interact with your work buddies or simply how you behave in the pressure cooker situations of, let’s see, a pandemic, are now more valuable ...
Parents can officially have their work at home recognized.
It’s no secret that many moms have to leave their jobs to take care of their families, but their struggle to return to the workforce has often gone underreported. But now, LinkedIn is taking a progressive step by introducing new titles like ...
LinkedIn and Microsoft are offering courses and certifications to help job hunters grow their skills.
Apart from the Thanos Snap effect that the pandemic has had over employment (one day you’re in, the next day you’re packing your virtual stuff in a virtual box), the global event has also changed the way businesses are hiring people. According ...
But almost as many believe their networks aren’t strong enough.
A majority of Filipinos believe having strong connections is important to get ahead, but more than half believe they don’t have strong enough connections to help them land opportunities. Data from the LinkedIn Opportunity Index 2020 show that 78 percent of Filipinos consider ...
The Philippines is also the fifth most optimistic country when it comes to opportunities.
The Philippines is one of the most optimistic and confident countries in the world when it comes to workplace opportunities and growth, according to a global survey by LinkedIn.The LinkedIn Opportunity Index 2020 looked into what the people want and what barriers ...
Learning how to set up a LinkedIn profile will boost your chances in finding jobs and making a meaningful professional network.
Over recent years, LinkedIn has carved its niche as the go-to social media platform for professional networking. It’s become one of the easiest ways to find out about and connect with over 500 million individuals and companies that have all learned how ...
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