That is exactly what I thought. I kept getting linkedin invites, so I eventually signed up and thought "now what?".I'm on it but I don't really know what I'm supposed to do on it
Just seem to get targeted by scam jobs.
And the “ I’m always busy “ shot cleverly framed to show off the new kitchen ( and island unit ) - real intension to piss off former friend Samantha .Yes, it is really useful for what I do to find new potential clients. You have to get your tackle, rod and bait just right though to get the bites you want.
That said, there is so much shite on there with discussions, opinions, faked up stories to match heart-warming/wrenching photos. The only think missing is 'here is my meal this evening' photos. But they can all be ignored.
thats just the modern world. I created a thread on these fancy job titles once. Most folk in them are hiding behind the fact no one has a clue wtf they are doing.A lot of people on there have job titles that I don't understand.
Did the school run today. Then as WFH back home for a full day. Actually have to use LinkedIn as part of my job, so my personal opinion on it is irrelevant really.That’s a modern phenomenon that blows my mind like. Blokes dropping/ picking bairns up from school.
Type of jobs do these fellas have ffs.
Back home by 9am to earn a crust.You're not one of 'them' are you. The 9am male brigade on chauffeur duty when it's time to be working earning bread
Should’ve stuck in at school.Some of the names on there are mental. They use their name then add about 5 different qualifications after it.
I thought about adding "25m", in reference to my treasured primary school swimming award, after my name but I need to keep on the straight and narrow as I do actively use LinkedIn to find work and it has proved useful.