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Swipe right to find a job
    2016-04-20  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

    领英推学生版求职App

    A new app suggests finding a job after graduation might be as simple as finding a friend — you just have to swipe left or right.

    LinkedIn is taking the guesswork out for college students by giving them career advice based on their school, major and graduation year.

    LinkedIn Students displays different job and internship opportunities based on a student’s achievements and criteria.

    Students begin their journey to finding the perfect career by completing the authentication* process via their existing LinkedIn account or entering their name, school, major and anticipated graduation date in the new app.

    LinkedIn Students also uses the same display method — cards that you swipe left for “no” or right for “yes.” The first card highlights opportunities you may find interesting — based on your major.

    But if you plan on pursuing a career outside of that major, the app will show you other areas that could be suitable based on your experience. Tapping on the opportunity will bring up more details about the median salary, specific role that is available and the firm.

    There are also cards that display companies and alumni to connect with. The professional networking site plans to partner with schools and their own job boards and is currently working with a handful of schools.(SD-Agencies)

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