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More than half of LinkedIn's members hold jobs that stand to be disrupted or augmented by AI, says new report. Meanwhile, job postings in the Triangle plummet to new lows. Take a look.
As LinkedIn announced today reaching 1 billion users the company also unveiled new artificial intelligence-based tools to help job seekers find jobs. Here's what's happening.
Editor’s note: In two memos, management at LinkedIn gave its reasoning for nearly 700 layoffs. Here are the memos – […]
LinkedIn is laying off 668 people across its engineering, product, talent and finance teams as part of a broader restructuring, the social media platform announced Monday.
Here's an exclusive for TechWire LinkedIn followers: The rise of Micromobility, mobility as a service (MaaS). Is this a business opportunity for you?
LinkedIn has unveiled its 2023 "Top Startups" list, and dominating it are companies in Silicon Valley and New York. Let's take a look.
Researchers at N.C. State have found that posting about mental health on social media could change the way a potential employer looks at your application. Take a look at the findings.
LinkedIn, the world's largest social media platform for professionals, is cutting 716 positions and shutting down its jobs app in mainland China, the California-based company announced.
61% are considering leaving their jobs in 2023, but 72% of Gen Z workers and 66% of Millennial workers report they could leave a job this year, LinkedIn finds.
In a normal year at this time, a typical LinkedIn feed might be full of posts about year-end reflections on leadership and professional goals and suggested lifehacks for the year ahead — possibly with a few posts from CMOs offering tips on brand strategy, for good measure. Those posts are still there. But mixed in are many others about job hunts.
Voters in the U.S. who go on Twitter, TikTok, Facebook or other platforms to learn about Tuesday's pivotal U.S. midterm elections are likely to encounter rumors, hearsay and misinformation. So what do you do?
LinkedIn is rolling out new features to help users evaluate the authenticity of other accounts before engaging with them in an effort to promote trust on a platform that is often key to job searching and making professional connections.
An analysis from LinkedIn finds that Asheville ranks among the top 7 metros in the U.S. for growth of tech talent since 2019. The Triangle is 34th.
The career-networking service LinkedIn has agreed to pay $1.8 million in back wages to hundreds of female workers to settle a pay discrimination complaint brought by U.S. labor investigators.
The Triangle's hiring momentum continues to gain national attention: A few recent research reports demonstrate local hiring trends in action.
New research from LinkedIn finds that the Triangle ranks highly among U.S. regions for job and career opportunity – higher than Boston and San Francisco.
Yahoo Inc. said Tuesday it has pulled out of China, citing an “increasingly challenging business and legal environment.” The company is now the second to shut down operations, following LinkedIn's decision last month.
Microsoft is shutting down its main LinkedIn service in China later this year after internet rules were tightened by Beijing, the latest American tech giant to lessen its ties to the country.
After a year of disconnection from each other, proactive networking is the quickest, most effective means to reconnect. Networking not only helps you find new business opportunities, but it also helps you seek out new perspectives, share knowledge with like-minded people and practice competitive learning.
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A new report from LinkedIn on the best U.S. companies to grow a career includes many with large or growing North Carolina workforces.
LinkedIn is joining the all-video crowd, launching a new tool for members to introduce themselves.
LinkedIn is laying off nearly 1,000 employees, approximately 6% of its workforce globally, with unemployment in the U.S. above 13% and national economies from Europe and Asia, to the Americas, shrinking due to the pandemic.
More than a decade ago, Mir Garvy was at a crossroads in her career, and the right path for her turned out to be helping others navigate their own career ambitions.
Sarah Lindenfeld Hall, Go Ask Mom editor
Based on affordable rent, good starting salaries and available opportunities, Durham notched the No. 11 spot of LinkedIn's list of "best cities to land your first job." It boats a median monthly rent of $1,274 and median salary for starter jobs at $63,300.