LinkedIn has launched a new “career development” site aimed at millennials looking to build an online presence.
The site is designed to help individuals who are looking to make more money from their careers by providing information on the careers they can start and where they can get help.
“Millennials are the future of business and our goal is to help you reach that goal,” the LinkedIn team said in a statement.
The Career Development site includes information on how to find jobs in various industries and offer a variety of training opportunities.
It is available for free, but users need to sign up for an account and have a paid LinkedIn account in order to access the site.
For example, if a user is looking for a job in the financial services industry, they will find a list of companies to check out, including banks, hedge funds, and financial advisers.
The website also includes information about how to get help from a career coach and how to start a career with a company.
Users also can search for careers through LinkedIn’s career sites or search for jobs on its own.
The LinkedIn team notes that users can also search for specific job listings, and that a new search engine that is being developed will allow users to search for all jobs on LinkedIn at once.
The company also says it will continue to grow the website with more opportunities to help users get started with their careers.
It says that the site will continue working with LinkedIn to develop new content and tools to help workers and employers better connect.
The new site will help users better understand their options and reach out to career coaches, according to the company.