A Microsoft subsidiary since 2016, LinkedIn is the place to be for online networking. Its combination of work-based social media and recruiting have made it essentially for the modern career. LinkedIn is consistently rated a best place to work, in part because of how it values diversity, inclusion, and belonging (DIBs)—for example, affinity groups are available for employees to join.
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Regularly lauded as a best place to work, LinkedIn is the world’s largest social network for job-hunters, professionals, and businesses. Founded in 2003 by Reid Hoffman, LinkedIn has been a subsidiary of Microsoft since 2016 and has more than 750 million members in over 200 countries.
Headquartered in Sunnyvale, CA, LinkedIn gets heaps of praise for its benefits and corporate culture—and even the design and comfort of its offices (thirty-three around the world, including São Paulo, London, Dublin, Amsterdam, Graz, Milan, Paris, Munich, Madrid, Stockholm, Singapore, Hong Kong, China, Japan, Australia, Canada, India, and Dubai). LinkedIn falls on the upper end of the market when it comes to pay, with a higher average salary for its employees.
Free lunches are provided, and the socially conscious company makes s...