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Welcome professionals! The key to getting in is getting started. Begin your career journey with LinkedIn today. Are you searching for the right job opportunities to advance your career? LinkedIn is one of the largest social networking apps for online job searches that also provides content that can help you grow.

Build your resume, nurture your professional relationships, connect with recruiters, and apply for your next job. You can establish job alerts for local or remote positions, expand your network of business contacts, stay informed about the latest industry news, read articles, and stay up-to-date with companies and industry leaders to enhance your workplace and career- builder experience.

Get business insights before you apply for the job, including company information and job responsibilities. Then quickly and safely apply to any position through the LinkedIn app with your resume or professional profile.

Why You’ll Love the LinkedIn App:
- Job search and recruiting: Research companies you’re interested in and find positions suited to your skills, then apply to a new job with your LinkedIn profile or resume.
- Resume builder: Create your online resume, showcase your experiences, and highlight your skills to enhance your career opportunities.
- Business news: Get relevant news delivered to you and join the conversation.
- Professional network: Create your profile, update your resume online, and make connections.

LinkedIn App Features:

• Find jobs and connections through your LinkedIn network.
• Search for opportunities and set up job alerts for companies that are currently hiring.
• Job openings: Submit job applications across a wide range of professions and secure interviews for your dream job.
• Find local jobs in your area or online opportunities that let you work from home.
• Job App: Easily apply for jobs and set up job alerts for any full-time or part-time jobs you might be interested in.

• Stay up-to-date by following business news and company content from related industries.
• See what your connections are saying in posts and conversations.
• Share articles and newsworthy topics with your LinkedIn community and business contacts.

• Utilize LinkedIn's profile-building tools to enhance your connections and expand your social network for career growth.
• Connect with members from across the globe on the world's largest social network.

• Easily find groups or communities that share your interests on LinkedIn.
• Network on the go: Connect with new contacts and industry experts.
• Follow companies, top voices, and professionals.
• Social networking for businesses: Gain new opportunities through showcasing your company or product.

• Job finder: Apply for jobs using your LinkedIn profile.
• Social network: Build your professional profile and make business connections.
• Resume: Create your online CV and use it as a resume for job applications.

Whether you're seeking new job opportunities, aiming to expand your business network, or staying updated on the latest business news and industry buzz, LinkedIn has you covered.

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LinkedIn: Network & Job Finder App Comments & Reviews

LinkedIn: Network & Job Finder Positive Reviews

PrivacyLinkedIn excels as a premier platform for professional networking and career advancement, proving indispensable for job seekers and employers alike. It offers a rich array of features and a user-friendly interface that facilitates dynamic interactions and professional development. 💡 However, it could significantly benefit from enhanced privacy settings, allowing users to conceal the start dates of their career experiences to combat the prevalent issue of ageism in the professional realm. Just like in the education section of a user's profile, this added flexibility would enable individuals to showcase their skills and experiences without the constraint of timelines, promoting a more inclusive professional environment. Overall, LinkedIn stands as a powerful tool for career progression, but adopting more nuanced privacy features would further its commitment to fostering equitable and diverse professional communities..Version: 9.1.335

Love LinkedIn! But the app…Update: LinkedIn heard my prayers and fixed my app. I no longer get kicked out when trying to send direct messages, and the app works generally faster. Thank you so much for giving me the opportunity to utilize this awesome app to its fullest potential again! Let me start out by saying that LinkedIn has changed my life in so many positive ways. I found my new career through the app, and started down a journey of positive personal development when I rejoined the platform. Hence the four stars. I needed to take one star away because, at least in the app, it almost always crashes and boots me out when I try to send a Direct Message to someone. I end up needing to go in and retype the message 2-3 times before it will send without crashing and closing out. I know plenty of other people are experiencing the same problem, because they post about it. Please fix this issue, I love this platform for so many reasons, but this is frustrating! Thank you in advance for your attention and all that you do to make LinkedIn the wonderful place that it is! Update: my app has worked perfectly since the last update. No more getting booted out when sending DMs. Thank you LinkedIn!.Version: 9.1.299

Better as a creatorLinkedIn was okay until I became a creator. It takes courage to post but over time, like 3-6 months, it becomes easier. At that point it becomes a lot more fun and now I look forward to using LinkedIn and this app every day. Not sure what to write? Use the 2 year, 2 day, or even 2 hour rule (credit Nicolas Cole). Just post what you would have benefited from had you known it 2 years ago, 2 days ago, or even 2 minutes ago! Developers: thanks for your work on the app!! First request: wish the scheduled posts could be edited. Second request: wish commenting was just better organized for conversations. Like replying to a reply to a reply. Also wish that the best answers/comments filtered to the top. Would draw you in as a user to know that the first comments are the most valued by the community (when there are dozens of comments and you don’t want to sift through them all). Again thanks though for the great app!.Version: 9.1.340

Good in some ways bad in othersI’ve been using the LinkedIn app regularly for the last 60 days or so as a job search tool. I’m not loving how under the jobs section it suggests jobs you’d be a top applicant for that aren’t even in the same state as me and they’re not remote. I’d rather do my own search and filter those out since it’s mostly showing me onsite and hybrid openings in other states. Additionally, the folks posting job openings either do not understand what Remote means or the options isn’t clear because a lot of the jobs that say remote, once you open the descriptions they have it typed out that you must reside in the state the company is in (which means those jobs are Hybrid, not remote and should not be shown to job seekers outside of that state). I understand the quick option of seeing jobs you’re a top applicant for or similar to jobs you’ve saved but when you don’t have the option to filter those it’s not a good option in my opinion. Additionally, as a paying premium member it’d be nice to have more in mail credits to use..Version: 9.1.342

LinkedIn: the essential social mediaLinkedIn is a top level networking technology tool that allows the introduction of those working in areas of interest to its audience. It allows its patrons to connect with those who work within their industry from all over the world, gather the newest information to improve their skill set, and keep abreast of where jobs and pay are most plentiful. However, I believe it’s biggest claim to fame is bringing in those generations or individuals who do not participate in standard social media. Those individuals who have something to say from a professional standpoint, but still see the value in getting likes. Discussions on LinkedIn, bring in both an educated and experience level discussion on topics that currently impact society, making it essential when measuring a dynamic group of informed minds. Best regards, Francine Shannon.Version: 9.1.348

Out of all the OptionsThey are the most thorough platform available, full of many different types of new beginnings. However, I have not had quality customer support experiences with them. I have been trying to utilize a benefit that they offer veterans for some time now, and something is not working, but when I reach out to them for assistance, I get very little other than a vague response. I have contacted them on several occasions, but it’s still a mystery to me why this opportunity continues to elude me. I have given up hope, and I rarely use (or try to) the site anymore because of this. It makes me sad because I don’t have the resources and abilities I once possessed, and this is the best place for me to focus on what I CAN do and learn about new opportunities. I was looking forward to this being the beginning of the most lucrative and rewarding career in my lifetime. Yet, I have hit another stumbling block instead..Version: 9.1.331

Notification IssuesI’m a job seeker and I’ve been using LinkedIn to aid in my search. However, I’m afraid of missing a job opportunity as whenever I get a push notification I never hear any sound, unlike with my other apps. I always see a red number on my LinkedIn app widget showing me how many new notifications I have however I never hear any sound. All other sounds seem to be working which leads me to believe it’s an app issue rather than a phone issue or operator error somewhere. Please help! Thanks! Also, unless I’m just missing it, I would LOVE the ability to select a custom notification sound within the app so I can identify a LinkedIn notification from all others. Thank you! Be safe! Oh! One thing I did forget to add is that I LOVE the section called “My Next Job Should Offer Me” where we’re able to specify benefits we’re asking for as well as the schedule we need. Oh and the Name Pronunciation feature is fantastic!!! Thank you!!!.Version: 9.1.187

Ugh another updateI wish developers would embrace a “less is more” philosophy around updates, especially those that change the UX. LI fills its niche well as the dominant social media platform (no surprises there)… but I’m here to discuss a different issue. After being harassed to update the app every time I opened it for 2 weeks, I finally caved and downloaded the blasted update. To my displeasure, the scroll function has been altered to have an annoying “momentum” feature. Why was this necessary? Why, for that matter, are most UX changes necessary? I will now be using the app less and going back to desktop because I don’t like this new experience. This isn’t just an issue with LI — I’ve noticed many popular apps changing UX in a way that’s counterproductive and irritating. If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it. Focus on stability and security… the things people don’t notice unless there’s a problem..Version: 9.1.341

Need more optionsWhen a job expires I can’t see it on the app only on the actual website. There’s to be a way to archive old jobs that I’ve applied to. When applying to jobs externally it reroutes you to a different web browser entirely so you don’t lose your application. Is there a way to add quick swipe left so when there’s a job that you’re not interested in you can hide it? It would also be nice to add a filter to where you can check “see only see United States jobs available for anyone in the United States and the state you live in for remote jobs instead of the app showing for example “Chicago, IL United States” and you can apply for these jobs because the job poster only wants candidates from that area state. This would make job searching a lot faster..Version: 9.1.334

It has potentialLinkedIn is 5 stars when it comes to your profile and networking options. However, the job search feature needs work. The filters do not work very. For example, I always select the “on-site” and “hybrid” options for locations, and yet I will get job after job that is “remote” even though I have purposely not chosen that as an option. The website has the same issue if you try to use it on a PC. The site is also buggy from the employers side. My team has tried multiple times to post a job and I have received the same error claiming that there is an issue with my email. The app/website support is poor and I have not been able to successfully contact them. LinkedIn could make every other platform irrelevant if they could just improve their job search engine..Version: 9.1.345

Great app but...I love this app however it frustrates me that the current job title seems to be the only factor that is included when recruiters are delivered search results. As a consultant, my title can be anything and it may be quite different from my functional role and area of expertise. Depending upon the currently listed job title, I’ve noticed a sharp difference in the number contacts I receive from recruiters and the roles they are seeking. I wish that other factors such as education, certifications and skills would be considered when recruiters are delivered search results. Also, LinkedIn should allow subscribers to search by certification or certificate. Currently a search for common certifications returns no results despite the fact that these certifications are listed within job descriptions..Version: 9.1.152

Please add an unlimited word countI love LinkedIn, but would like to see an unlimited word count. There are so many times that I have a post that exceeds the allotted word count and it’s frustrating. I could condense what i need to say most times, but sometimes I need to be able to say more than what LinkedIn allows. If the post is good, people will read it. If not, they don’t have to read it and can just scroll on past. I’m sure if you took a poll from other LinkedIn users, you would find that most of them would agree that LinkedIn needs an unlimited word count. Don’t limit it solely for the purpose of making sure people’s posts are shorter. Give people the opportunity to add as much as they need to their posts. Sometimes you need to be able to add more to your post to properly say what you need to say because tightening your word count doesn’t always cut it..Version: 9.1.176

Option to improve feed needs to be improvedThe app is solid and very easy to use. My complaints are the content in the Feed and that the option “improve my feed” really offers no real options except adding new people to follow. It should be flexible and let you choose what you want to see more of OR less of. For example, in my feed I don't need to see every single time a connection “likes” something. I also remember I always used to see when my current connections connected to new people. I used to see those a lot every day. That was helpful info if a contact connected to someone new in my industry. It worked well in conjunction with the other “people I may know” info. I almost never see those types of updates anymore in my feed. Can you explain why the feed offers me zero flexibility to see the things that are most important to me?.Version: 9.1.61

Not able to open an app on my iPhoneUntil a few days ago I was able to open and converse through my LinkedIn app on my iPhone 7 Plus now all of a sudden it doesn’t open up I’ve deleted it I’ve installed updates on my iPhone I’ve done everything it said and every time I download the LinkedIn app it won’t open up I don’t know what’s going on I can access it on a regular computer but for some reason I can’t access it through the app on my iPhone I don’t know if I’m having the same issue as the person before me that wrote about not being connected to Wi-Fi Not being able to access itbut I was able to even get itWithout Wi-Fi about a week ago I don’t understand what’s going on.Version: 9.1.272

What is going on !!!!I’m a huge fan of LinkedIn but Im unable to access anything right now!!! I am not unable to respond to my messages, or update anything….as soon as I try I am forced to open the app that at first said I didn’t have an account so I reset my password….. even though I just had it open online…. now the app won’t open because it’s prompting me to fill out a page about my future job hopes and dreams that goes blank when I attempt to response. I don’t understand why I can’t use my online account anymore apps aren’t dependable!! All I wanted to do is update my resume and read some articles! I apologize for my frustration I know it’s an app thing! Please please please fix this issue!!!.Version: 9.1.226

Ok, but problems with PremiumThe app is ok to use and helpful for finding and posting jobs. They need more options for submitting incorrect job postings. I can’t tell you how many are marked as remote when they’re actually hybrid and the actual location is nowhere near the posted location. I also find the cost of their Premium service to be way too expensive for the limited benefit you receive from it. They have also made it to where you cannot cancel from the app or your cellphone’s browser. You have to cancel from a desktop computer browser. What if you are someone who has lost their job, doesn’t have a personal computer at home, can’t afford the $40+/month, and you can’t cancel the subscription from your phone? I think a complaint to the BBB is in order..Version: 9.1.346

Great AppAn easy way to stay on trend and get the latest industry news & articles! A good way to relate with professional contacts..Version: 9.1.45

Great App for easy access to Networking!When you're prospecting for investments and career advancement, the app makes it so much easier especially when you are in a large network..Version: 9.1.45

Awesome appIt is an awesome app for networking.Version: 9.1.45

LinkedIn App is easy to useI appreciate the ease of use in the LinkedIn app and actually prefer its functionality over the web format. I access it in my iPhone daily. Highly recommend this app!.Version: 9.1.50

YeahPopir.Version: 9.1.231

WhyDecent app but why the hell does it give you a notification when someone views your profile? And them when you see theirs? Rude. I just want to stalk in peace..Version: 9.1.355

Lag, performance issue on IPhone 11Postings take very long to load, screen freeze.Version: 9.1.352

Scam job listingsDear LinkedIn Support Team, I hope this message finds you well. I am writing to express my deep concern regarding a recurring issue that has been negatively impacting the user experience on your platform. Recently, I have come across several job postings that raise serious red flags. These listings request sensitive information such as credit scores and credit card details as part of the application process. This practice is highly alarming and clearly indicative of fraudulent activity. As a user who values the integrity and security of the LinkedIn platform, I believe it is imperative to address this issue promptly and effectively. Such scams not only jeopardize the trust of job seekers but also tarnish the reputation of LinkedIn as a trusted professional networking platform. I implore you to take immediate action to combat these scams. Strengthening the verification process for job postings and implementing stricter measures against unauthorized information requests would go a long way in safeguarding the community. Furthermore, I urge you to raise awareness about these scams and educate users on how to identify and report suspicious job listings. Proactive steps in this regard would empower users and contribute to a safer and more reliable job-seeking experience on LinkedIn. I appreciate your attention to this matter and trust that LinkedIn will take the necessary steps to rectify this issue. Together, we can create an environment where genuine opportunities flourish and users can connect and thrive in a secure professional network. Thank you for your time and consideration..Version: 9.1.339

Recent update glitchThe most recent update (I always do all updates for all apps as they become available, and updated LinkedIn 3 days ago) has caused the app to automatically log me out each time I try to access the app after having closed it. I now have to sign in every single time I launch the app! Very frustrating..Version: 9.1.200

Location update FailureDespite many updates, the location update section to improve profile strength has still a problem..Version: 9.1.182

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