Facebook has moved onto its turf. And with the added advantage that its new feature is free.
As of yesterday, employers in the U.S. and Canada can post on their Facebook page help-wanted ads. Unlike LinkedIn, Facebook imposes no charge on that.
You can apply directly there. Your Facebook data will be transmitted as part of your application. But that can be altered. The entire process will take place via Facebook's Messenger. Here are more details from Recoder.
Facebook's mission seems to be that you will never leave the site. There you socialize. Get the News. Be entertained on Live. Promote your business, including through paid ads. And now you will also conduct your job search. Regarding the latter, LinkedIn has fresh competition.
Obviously, the social network has also become a commercial and professional platform for whatever.
LinkedIn is also changing. On its wildly popular Updates platform, there are those complaining about too many politically oriented posts. So, the political has been intersecting with the professional. Along with GE's Beth Comstock's observations about leadership are conversations about the Trump Administration.
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