LinkedIn: Network & Job Finder

LinkedIn: Network & Job Finder

By LinkedIn Corporation

  • Category: Business
  • Release Date: 2019-02-03
  • Current Version: 9.1.374
  • Adult Rating: 12+
  • File Size: 361.81 MB
  • Developer: LinkedIn Corporation
  • Compatibility: Android, iOS 15.0
Score: 4.13821
From 81,557 Ratings


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: JOB SEARCH • 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. BUSINESS NEWS AND INSIGHTS • 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. SOCIAL NETWORKING • 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. BUILD YOUR BUSINESS COMMUNITY • 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. RESUME AND PROFILE • 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. Want to make the most of LinkedIn? Upgrade to a Premium subscription for exclusive tools. We ask for a few permissions when you use this app. Here’s why: - LinkedIn members have the option to verify their identity by securely uploading a government ID and/or taking a live selfie using certain trusted partners. For more information about the data collected by our trusted partners through this process and the periods for which it will be retained, see:



  • It lies

    By Deejay... Doofy
    It’ll tell you “30 job offers in your city” yet they’re all an hour away when you click it. Not helpful for someone who can’t drive. I genuinely just need any job and it lies about everything. My city has maybe a ten-fifteen mile circumference. I guess it’s simply easier for it to lie then be honest but whatever. One star for the lack of honesty. And idc if it’s an “estimate” for someone who doesn’t drive that’s a pretty bad estimate. If this app wants honesty it should start by being honest.
  • Restricted For Unknown Reason

    By CJE2424
    *Update as of 5/12/24* *After reaching out to LinkedIn via Instagram, I was helped by a support representative, and my account issues were resolved. I appreciate the help, but I hope that no similar circumstance occurs in the future.* I recently joined LinkedIn due to potential employers requiring prospective team members to have an account. At first, I enjoyed being able to access a platform to connect with other professionals. However, my account was recently restricted, and I have no idea why. After being automatically signed out of the app, I was prompted to verify my account, which I thought was optional. During the first verification attempt, I wasn’t given the option. During the second and subsequent attempts, I received the error message: “You have reached the maximum number of attempts. Please try again later.” During other attempts, I couldn’t get past the error message: “Your noCAPTCHA user response code is missing or invalid,” when I know for a fact I passed that part. This is extremely frustrating because a user has to sign in to access customer support help, but my profile is not even visible to the public anymore, and I cannot get into my account. This seems to be a common problem, and I’m upset because this issue may have cost me a great job opportunity, simply because HR won’t be able to access my profile. I need access to my profile asap, and I appreciate any help you can promptly give.
  • Nothing but spam

    By D15app01nt3d
    As someone who’s trying out their paid premium features, I think it’s unacceptable that there’s no way to turn off spam from showing up on your feed. I’ve missed out on quite a few opportunities and posts from people in my network saying that they’re hiring. Yet, even as a premium user, I don’t see these posts, because they’re buried in spam. When I tried to contact support about this to see if there’s a way to turn this off, she just copied and pasted a support article in the chat that I had already read. Completely useless. Uninstalling, and I will not be renewing my premium membership.
  • Looks horrible on iPad

    By juanlaube
    What the title says. The app looks horrible on iPad.
  • iPad application unstable

    I have been using the app since day one, lately, iPad app is highly unstable isn’t working seamlessly. Thinking twice before subscribing to premium services due slow features and performance.
  • no internet connection

    haven’t been able to use the native app at all. it says “No Internet Connection” no issues using web app in safari
  • Keeps locking me out

    By Jamelleb
    Keeps locking me out even after I’ve verified my account with clear!
  • Broken

    I get bombarded with jobs that are available so I finally go to apply but the option of applying via LinkedIn is no longer an option so I have to manually fill everything out from scratch. And I copy and paste my LinkedIn URL and get and error message that the URL is invalid. Seriously?!
  • The app posted without permission

    By dgskwvsudgebsiebd
    I have not opened LinkedIn in over a month and I have notifications of people liking my post from a few days ago. I did not post anything nor did I receive anything asking me if I wanted to make the post. Disappointing that an app that is a place for people to connect in a professional environment is so unprofessional.
  • Where to start?

    By abroshar
    First: it’s $70 a month. For that much, it should work. It doesn’t, and if you try to get support, there’s no phone number. Or email address. Or even a way to respond in the chat (it turns responses into posts for your whole network). Also, all of my LinkedIn “I want to connect” emails have been coming from the same member of my network for months. I like Barb, but she and I connected years ago. “Barb wants to connect” is the notification for literally any new connection. What an insane mess.