We are going to shamelessly link to the University of Leeds Careers Centre Blog as they have done an excellent job, through three blog posts, in writing about how you can use LinkedIn to find relevant employers. Thank you Team Leeds!
“Whether you’re looking for experience, placements or a graduate job, it can sometimes be hard to identify potential relevant employers. This is particularly so if you’re looking outside of the large multi-national organisations. Opportunities with other types of employers, or in other sectors, may not be as widely advertised, and many people actually find jobs and experience by pro-actively approaching employers of interest on a speculative basis. In this 3-part mini series, we’ll show you 3 easy ways you can leverage LinkedIn to identify potential employers of interest.”
3 ways LinkedIn can help you find relevant employers: Part 1 – outlines how the advanced people search function can help you identify potential employers.
3 ways LinkedIn can help you find relevant employers: Part 2 – outlines how you can use the company search feature to identify employers by location and sector.
3 ways LinkedIn can help you find potential employers: Part 3 – shows how you can use two features of LinkedIn to help you find similar organisations to those you have already discovered.
Acknowledgement: Bath University Careers and Leeds University Careers