COVID-19 has compelled many businesses to change the way they work, giving birth to a range of new skills that will soon shape the future of several job roles. This dynamic situation makes it important for India to develop skilled youth — something that reflects in the core theme of this year’s World Youth Skills Day.
LinkedIn witnessed this renewed focus on skilling firsthand, especially among the youth, as the platform reported a 226% increase in the time spent viewing online courses by students on LinkedIn, in India (Jan-Feb vs Mar-Apr). In response to this strong appetite for learning, LinkedIn shares how you can use the platform to develop the right skills and prepare for the future of work.
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LinkedIn uses its platform data around jobs and skills to identify emerging trends and create high-quality courses. The platform’s user-friendly interface makes it easy for members to find the right course in their field –
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LinkedIn Learning also suggests popular tools and learning topics based on what members with similar job roles are learning. These insightful suggestions can help you keep pace with today’s dynamic job market –
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LinkedIn, as part of the Microsoft ecosystem, recently launched a global skills initiative aimed at bringing more digital skills to 25 million people worldwide by the end of this year. As part of this initiative, LinkedIn also made 10 role-based and 4 soft skill learning pathways available for free. You can access these pathways and current job opportunities on opportunity.linkedin.com