How Gen Z Should Use LinkedIn

Sure, some recruiters will show up on campus, but most aren’t looking specifically for new grads, so you need to get a way to get your information in front of all these recruiters. You may assume that LinkedIn isn’t the place to be–it’s where your mom looks for a job. But, because it’s where recruiters are, a LinkedIn profile is a great way to make a splash in the professional world, even when you’re inexperienced.

Gen Z is generally well versed in social media, but LinkedIn is a bit different than exchanges with friends.

Tony Restell, Director, Social Media Marketing at Social-Hire recently gave some tips to help college students maximize the benefit of LinkedIn. With his permission, here are Restell’s tips:

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  1. This specific site is supposedly a site to network better across the board and not a per se a social site. It does help to keep in touch with old and new associates from work experience plus give you a way to get in touch with leaders in the fields beyond your normal area. As stated in the article, it is not a place to have interpersonal conversations other than business related. I actually was able to keep in touch with long-lost relatives who use this site and able to encourage their developing enterprises with references. But I don’t do social on this site.

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