10 LinkedIn Secrets to Get Discovered by Recruiters and Grow Your Network


LinkedIn is one of the fastest-growing social media platforms today with, according to Hootsuite, two professionals joining LinkedIn every second, 3 million American jobs posted every month, and 45% of LinkedIn users in upper management (AKA: vice presidents, directors, and C-suite members). 



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Emotional Vulnerability: The Secret to Doing Well at Work (Virtual Workshop)

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New Year New Career: How to Land and Quit a Job

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The International Student’s Guide to the Job Hunt and Networking in the United States

Hi there! I’m Shabrina Koeswologito, travel blogger and photographer, and FindSpark Campus Ambassador alumna originally hailing from Indonesia. I came to New York City in January 2016 to pursue my Master’s degree in Tourism Management at New York University. Being new to the United States, I immediately prioritized networking, making