As our world is facing a transition to the post-coronavirus pandemic, many of us are also looking for a life-changing experience, and several people choose to start again by changing careers.
LinkedIn is a platform where people could search for a perfect career or strengthen their professional relationships.
Assuming that you already navigated the job network, found choices of your chosen career, and saved them for later.
Hence, you might be wondering how to find your saved jobs.
As you move on to this blog post, you will learn a step-by-step guide on how to find saved jobs on LinkedIn through desktop, iOs, and android.
How to Find Saved Jobs on LinkedIn
When searching for your dream career or a specific job on the LinkedIn platform, you might want to save your chosen positions of interest to come back later.
Now that the time has come for you to visit them again, you might be wondering how to find saved jobs on LinkedIn.
Conveniently, this wonderful network provides a “save” button, just beside the “apply” icon, which allows you to see your saved jobs again in one click.
Finding Saved Jobs on LinkedIn Using Desktop, iOs, and Android
It does not matter if you are using a desktop, iOS, or Android in accessing your saved jobs on LinkedIn, the step-by-step guide is just the same, and it only differs on how the icons look.
Below is a guide on how you will be able to find your saved jobs on LinkedIn.
Step 1: At the top of your homepage, click the “Jobs” icon.
Step 2: At the top of the page, click the “Saved Jobs” button that is specifically located above the search bar.
Step 3: Click the “More” icon, which is composed of three dots aligned horizontally, and select the action that you would want to take.
- Click “Apply” if you would like to apply for that specific job.
- Click the “Send in a message” button to share the career with someone in your circle.
- Click the “Copy link” button to copy a shareable URL of the job.
- Click “Unsave” to remove the job from your Saved Jobs list.
How to Save a Job Search on LinkedIn
Maybe, a long time has passed already since you saved a job on LinkedIn and you would like to save another one but you forgot how to do it.
You can find and save your job opportunities again by following these steps:
Step 1: Go to the LinkedIn’s home page
Step 2: You will see the “search bar” at the top of the home page and type “jobs”
Step 3: The search result will give you several options such as posts, groups, people, etc., make sure to click “jobs”. These results will be listed horizontally, and most of the time, the word “jobs” is located in the top left corner of your screen below the search bar.
Step 4: After clicking “jobs”, you can now type your dream job or the career that you are looking for on the search bar.
Step 5: Another search bar will appear on the right side of the existing one, and type the location where you would like to find a job.
Step 6: Below the search bars, several options are listed horizontally, at the end of the results, which is located at the top right corner of your screen, you will find the “All filters” option.
Click “All filters” to add more options that you are looking for.
Here, you have got a few high-quality career opportunities that you can apply for now or save for later.
If you decide to save them for later, make sure to come back to them pretty soon since the open position might close as soon as possible.
Is my Saved Job Visible to Recruiters and Employers?
The answer to this most frequent question is NO.
The LinkedIn Saved Jobs feature is only made for the convenience of job searchers, which is to bookmark career opportunities that you would like to apply for.
Therefore, recruiters and employers of your chosen job will not know if you saved their open vacancy since LinkedIn made sure that all application activity is private and not visible to other users except you.
In this article, you have learned how to find saved jobs on LinkedIn and how to save your chosen career opportunities on the platform.
We wish you good luck with finding the perfect job for you on LinkedIn.
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