Reid Hoffman: LinkedIn, philosophy, careers & employability

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In the past several years, Linkedin has become the main source for finding jobs. When it was introduced, the social network was imagined as “business side of Facebook”.

Thanks to networking, many people have found employment on Linkedin. The social network grows in popularity every day. And it is all because of the vision of Reid Hoffman, the co-founder and executive chairman of Linkedin.

He is an American internet entrepreneur, a venture capitalist and author. He is the one who co-founded Linkedin, a business oriented social network used primarily for professional networking.

In this interview, he discusses the social network, and how it helps employees and employment managers.

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