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LinkedIn Highlights Today’s Most In-Demand Skills So Users Can Maximize Employment Opportunities

If you happen to be on the lookout for the best job opportunities out there today, then a great place to start is LinkedIn.

The professional networking platform is providing users with the best ways to enhance their presence on the app using those skills that are currently in demand.

The data comes according to statistics listed as a part of job ads. And this way, you’re more likely to be better informed about what’s in demand and what’s not.

At the same time, the app is working hard to bring forward overviews for various job postings inside users’ networks. This way, you’re going to find it easier to make connections with both users and other companies that you’re familiar with,

The in-demand skills offering will be a part of the app’s greater efforts to combine career education while linking members with various opportunities.

The app has recently shared a lot of input into the trending skills that were present in the app’s job ads. LinkedIn recently published via a blog how it had done a lot of research in terms of comparing today’s top skills with those that led the market in 2015.

While the skills may be plenty, the app has narrowed it down to the leading 20 skills that are in demand for today’s market. These were all featured as a part of jobs seen globally over the past three months.


Alongside the skills, the app has also highlighted customized programs that it feels can best benefit the candidate. What more can a person ask for?

Common examples of job skills that you might want to take a look at include customer service, accounting and sales, business development, leadership, and marketing. Other than that, you’ve got communication, sales management, and finance too that are all leading the pack.

There was also an interesting emphasis on time management, engineering, social media, and marketing related to the world of social media too. All in all, we found digital marketing and its relevant skills to be hits on the list. Hence, subscribing to the app, if you haven’t done so can really help you in this regard.

LinkedIn says that such skills can really bring out the best in a user. It could maximize their growth in their respective fields and really take that skill set to new levels.

Additionally, you’ll find the app hosting so many unique virtual events where members can engage with the app. Professional instructors can really assist users in getting what they want, followed by tips and tricks on how to excel in today’s fast-paced world.

The events are highlighted to take place from September 12 to 16th so we hope you really keep an eye out for that.

Lastly, the app is even adding an innovative ‘who’s hiring in your network’ feature. This overview will assist users to stay at the top of their game and better their career potential by working alongside those they know.

After all, staying in touch with those that know your network well is very important. Therefore, LinkedIn wants people to turn to various online communities to get help.

On average, around one-third of users in the US claim to have reached out to people they were familiar with in their network. This way, they could better discuss plans linked to their career too. Yes, it can be challenging at the start to know who is hiring and where can one begin but we feel it’s definitely going to be worth it in the end.

Certainly, LinkedIn is winning hearts by helping millions get the best job they seek and this is a great way to start.

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