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Online recruiting and social

media
Online recruiting and social media

Table of Contents
Recruiting
06 Importance of digital HR in selected regions 2016
07 Importance of digital HR in selected markets 2016
08 U.S. employers who have not hired after screening social profiles 2017
09 Quality recruitment sources according to global HR 2016
10 Social recruiting usage in selected industries in the U.S. 2016
11 Positive social media discoveries made by online recruiters 2017
12 Damaging social media discoveries made by online recruiters 2017
13 Social media content eliciting negative U.S. recruiter reactions 2017

Demographics
15 U.S. online job information search 2015, by gender
16 U.S. online job information search 2015, by age
17 U.S. online job information search 2015, by education
18 U.S. online job information search 2015, by income
19 U.S. online job application 2015, by gender
20 U.S. online job application 2015, by age
21 U.S. online job application 2015, by education
22 U.S. online job application 2015, by income

Online resources for job seekers


24 Digital sources of information according to global job seekers 2017
25 Numbers of LinkedIn members 2009-2016
26 LinkedIn: annual revenue 2009-2015
27 LinkedIn: quarterly segment revenue 2009-2016
28 LinkedIn usage reach in the United States 2018, by gender
29 LinkedIn usage reach in the United States 2018, by age group
30 Share of U.S. internet users who use LinkedIn 2016, by education level
31 LinkedIn: share of unique mobile visiting members 2013-2016
32 U.S. Glassdoor web traffic 2018
Online recruiting and social media

Recruiting
Recruiting 6

Importance of digital HR in selected regions 2016


Share of companies who believe digital HR to be important or very
important as of 2016, by region

data

0.0% 10.0% 20.0% 30.0% 40.0% 50.0% 60.0% 70.0% 80.0% 90.0%

Southeast Asia 83%

Africa 79%

Oceania 77%

Nordics 74%

Central & Eastern Europe 74%

Middle East 74%

Asia 74%

Western Europe 73%

Global 72%

Latin & South America 71%

North America 69%

Share of respondents

Note: Worldwide; 2016

Further information regarding this statistic can be found on page 34.

Source: Deloitte ID 787350


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Importance of digital HR in selected markets 2016


Share of companies who believe digital HR to be important or very
important as of 2016, by country

data

0.0% 10.0% 20.0% 30.0% 40.0% 50.0% 60.0% 70.0% 80.0% 90.0%

India 82%

Netherlands 82%

Australia 81%

South Africa 80%

Italy 76%

United Kingdom 75%

China 74%

Spain 74%

Germany 72%

Global 72%

Mexico 70%

France 70%

Belgium 69%

Brazil 69%

United States 69%

Share of respondents

Note: Worldwide; 2016

Further information regarding this statistic can be found on page 35.

Source: Deloitte ID 787322


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U.S. employers who have not hired after screening social profiles 2017
Share of U.S. hiring professionals who have not hired a candidate based
on content they found on social media from 2012 to 2017

data

60.0%

54%
51%
49%
50.0% 48%

43%

40.0%
Share of respondents

34%

30.0%

20.0%

10.0%

0.0%
2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017

Note: United States; 2012 to 2017; 2,300; hiring managers and human resource professionals across industries and company sizes in the private sector

Further information regarding this statistic can be found on page 36.

Source: CareerBuilder.com; Harris Interactive; PR Newswire ID 204042


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Quality recruitment sources according to global HR 2016


Leading sources of quality hires according to hiring decision makers
worldwide in 2016

data

60.0%

50.0% 48%
46%

40%
40.0%
Share of respondents

34%

30.0% 28%

20.0%

10.0%

0.0%
Employee referrals Third-party websites or online Social professional networks Third-party recruiter/staffing firm Internal hires
job boards

Note: Worldwide; 2016; 3,973; talent acquisition decision makers who work in a corporate HR department

Further information regarding this statistic can be found on page 37.

Source: LinkedIn ID 484442


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Social recruiting usage in selected industries in the U.S. 2016


Share of U.S. hiring managers and recruiting professionals in selected
industries who are most likely to use social networks to screen
candidates as of March 2016
data

0.0% 10.0% 20.0% 30.0% 40.0% 50.0% 60.0% 70.0% 80.0%

IT 76%

Sales 65%

Financial services 61%

Health care 59%

Retail 59%

Manufacturing 56%

Professional and business services 55%

Share of respondents

Note: United States; February 10 to March 17, 2016; 2,186; hiring managers and human resource professionals

Further information regarding this statistic can be found on page 38.

Source: CareerBuilder.com; Harris Poll ID 263072


Recruiting 11

Positive social media discoveries made by online recruiters 2017


Social media discoveries that lead to online recruiters extending an offer
to a candidate as of March 2017

data

0.0% 5.0% 10.0% 15.0% 20.0% 25.0% 30.0% 35.0% 40.0%

Background information supported their professional qualifications 38%

Great communication skills 37%

A professional image 36%

Creativity 35%

Share of respondents

Note: United States; February 16 to March 9, 2017; 2,300; hiring managers and human resource professionals across industries and company sizes in the
private sector

Further information regarding this statistic can be found on page 39.

Source: Harris Interactive; CareerBuilder.com; PR Newswire ID 260155


Recruiting 12

Damaging social media discoveries made by online recruiters 2017


Social media discoveries made by online recruiters that lead to a
candidate not getting a job as of March 2017

data

0.0% 5.0% 10.0% 15.0% 20.0% 25.0% 30.0% 35.0% 40.0% 45.0%

Provocative or inappropriate photographs, videos or information 39%

Evidence of candidate drinking or using drugs 38%

Discriminatory comments related to race, gender, religion 32%

Bad-mouthed their previous company or fellow employee 30%

Lied about qualifications 27%

Had poor communication skills 27%

Was linked to criminal behavior 26%

Shared confidential information from previous employers 23%

Screen name was unprofessional 22%

Lied about an absence 17%

Posted too frequently 17%

Share of respondents

Note: United States; February 16 to March 9, 2017; 18 years and older; 2,300; hiring managers and human resource professionals across industries and
company sizes in the private sector

Further information regarding this statistic can be found on page 40.

Source: Harris Interactive; CareerBuilder.com; PR Newswire ID 260147


Recruiting 13

Social media content eliciting negative U.S. recruiter reactions 2017


Negative U.S. recruiter reactions towards social media content of
prospective hiring candidates as of 2017

Share of respondents

Marijuana use in the last year 61%

Political rants 51%

Spelling/grammar errors 48%

Alcohol consumption 35%

Showing off wealth/big purchases 19%

Showing too much skin 16%

Limited social presence 12%

Posting selfies 7%

Note: United States; 2016; 831 Respondents; Recruiting and HR professionals

Further information regarding this statistic can be found on page 41.

Source: Jobvite ID 263400


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Demographics
Demographics 15

U.S. online job information search 2015, by gender


Share of adults in the United States who have looked for online job
information as of July 2015, by gender

data

60.0%

55%
54%
53%

50.0%

40.0%
Share of respondents

30.0%

20.0%

10.0%

0.0%
Male Female Total

Note: United States; June 10 to July 12, 2015; 18 years and older; 2,001

Further information regarding this statistic can be found on page 42.

Source: Pew Research Center ID 493095


Demographics 16

U.S. online job information search 2015, by age


Share of adults in the United States who have looked for online job
information as of July 2015, by age group

data

90.0%
83%

80.0%

70.0% 68%

60.0%
Share of respondents

50.0%
43%

40.0%

30.0%

20.0%

10%
10.0%

0.0%
18-29 30-49 50-64 65+

Note: United States; June 10 to July 12, 2015; 18 years and older; 2,001

Further information regarding this statistic can be found on page 43.

Source: Pew Research Center ID 493100


Demographics 17

U.S. online job information search 2015, by education


Share of adults in the United States who have looked for online job
information as of July 2015, by education

data

70.0%
65%

60%
60.0%

50.0%

44%
Share of respondents

40.0%

32%

30.0%

20.0%

10.0%

0.0%
Less than high school High school grad Some college College +

Note: United States; June 10 to July 12, 2015; 18 years and older; 2,001

Further information regarding this statistic can be found on page 44.

Source: Pew Research Center ID 493104


Demographics 18

U.S. online job information search 2015, by income


Share of adults in the United States who have looked for online job
information as of July 2015, by income

data

70.0%

62%

60.0% 57%

50%
50.0%
Share of respondents

40.0%

30.0%

20.0%

10.0%

0.0%
Less than 30,000 U.S. dollars 30-74,999 U.S. dollars 75,000 U.S. dollars or more

Note: United States; June 10 to July 12, 2015; 18 years and older; 2,001

Further information regarding this statistic can be found on page 45.

Source: Pew Research Center ID 493106


Demographics 19

U.S. online job application 2015, by gender


Share of adults in the United States who have applied for a job online as
of July 2015, by gender

data

50.0%
46%
45%
45.0% 44%

40.0%

35.0%
Share of respondents

30.0%

25.0%

20.0%

15.0%

10.0%

5.0%

0.0%
Male Female Total

Note: United States; June 10 to July 12, 2015; 18 years and older; 2,001

Further information regarding this statistic can be found on page 46.

Source: Pew Research Center ID 493181


Demographics 20

U.S. online job application 2015, by age


Share of adults in the United States who have applied for a job online as
of July 2015, by age group

data

90.0%

79%
80.0%

70.0%

60.0% 57%
Share of respondents

50.0%
45%

40.0%

32%

30.0%

20.0%

10.0% 7%

0.0%
18-29 30-49 50-64 65+ Total

Note: United States; June 10 to July 12, 2015; 18 years and older; 2,001

Further information regarding this statistic can be found on page 47.

Source: Pew Research Center ID 493204


Demographics 21

U.S. online job application 2015, by education


Share of adults in the United States who have applied for a job online as
of July 2015, by education

data

60.0%
56%

51%
50.0%

45%

40.0% 38%
Share of respondents

30.0%

24%

20.0%

10.0%

0.0%
Less than high school High school graduate Some college College+ Total

Note: United States; June 10 to July 12, 2015; 18 years and older; 2,001

Further information regarding this statistic can be found on page 48.

Source: Pew Research Center ID 493249


Demographics 22

U.S. online job application 2015, by income


Share of adults in the United States who have applied for a job online as
of July 2015, by income

data

60.0%

51%
50%
50.0%

45%
43%

40.0%
Share of respondents

30.0%

20.0%

10.0%

0.0%
Less than 30,000 U.S. dollars 30-74,999 U.S. dollars 75,000 U.S. dollars or more Total

Note: United States; June 10 to July 12, 2015; 18 years and older; 2,001

Further information regarding this statistic can be found on page 49.

Source: Pew Research Center ID 493266


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Online resources for job seekers


Online resources for job seekers 24

Digital sources of information according to global job seekers 2017


Most common sources of candidates to gather information before
applying to jobs as of April 2017

data

0.0% 10.0% 20.0% 30.0% 40.0% 50.0% 60.0%

Company website 53%

LinkedIn 38%

Search engines 35%

Contacts at company 32%

Other contacts 19%

HR department 14%

Glassdoor 12%

Facebook 12%

Headhunter 12%

Share of respondents

Note: Worldwide; April 2017; 7,788; recent job switchers

Further information regarding this statistic can be found on page 50.

Source: LinkedIn ID 250165


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Numbers of LinkedIn members 2009-2016


Numbers of LinkedIn members from 1st quarter 2009 to 3rd quarter 2016
(in millions)

data

500
467
450
450 433
414
396
400 380
364
347
350 332
313
Member count in millions

296
300 277
259
250 238
218
202
200 187
174
161
145
150 131
116
102
90
100 78 81
64
55
42 48
50 37

0
Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3
'09 '09 '09 '09 '10 '10 '10 '10 '11 '11 '11 '11 '12 '12 '12 '12 '13 '13 '13 '13 '14 '14 '14 '14 '15 '15 '15 '15 '16 '16 '16

Note: Worldwide; 1st quarter 2009 to 3rd quarter 2016

Further information regarding this statistic can be found on page 51.

Source: LinkedIn ID 274050


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LinkedIn: annual revenue 2009-2015


Annual revenue of LinkedIn from 2009 to 2015 (in million U.S. dollars)

data

3500

2,991
3000

2500
2,219
Revenue in million U.S. dollars

2000

1,528.5
1500

972.3
1000

522.2
500
243.1
120.1

0
2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015

Note: Worldwide; 2009 to 2015

Further information regarding this statistic can be found on page 52.

Source: LinkedIn ID 251987


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LinkedIn: quarterly segment revenue 2009-2016


LinkedIn's revenue from 1st quarter 2009 to 3rd quarter 2016, by segment
(in million U.S. dollars)

Chart Title

Subscriptions Marketing Solutions Talent Solutions

1200

1000
Revenue in million U.S. dollars

800

600

400

200

0
Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3
'09 '09 '09 '09 '10 '10 '10 '10 '11 '11 '11 '11 '12 '12 '12 '12* '13 '13 '13 '13 '14 '14* '14 '14 '15 '15 '15 '15 '16 '16 '16

Note: Worldwide; 1st quarter 2009 to 3rd quarter 2016

Further information regarding this statistic can be found on page 53.

Source: LinkedIn ID 226863


Online resources for job seekers 28

LinkedIn usage reach in the United States 2018, by gender


Percentage of U.S. internet users who use LinkedIn as of January 2018,
by gender

data

50.0%
46%

45.0%

40.0%

35.0% 34%

30.0%
Reach

25.0%

20.0%

15.0%

10.0%

5.0%

0.0%
Male Female

Note: United States; January 20 to 22, 2018; 18 years and older; 2,007

Further information regarding this statistic can be found on page 54.

Source: We are Flint ID 246169


Online resources for job seekers 29

LinkedIn usage reach in the United States 2018, by age group


Percentage of U.S. internet users who use LinkedIn as of January 2018,
by age group

data

60.0%

51%
50%
50.0%
45%
43%

40.0%

30%
Reach

30.0%
26%

20%
20.0%

10.0%

0.0%
18-24 25-34 35-44 45-54 55-64 65-75 75+
Age group

Note: United States; January 20 to 22, 2018; 18 years and older; 2,007

Further information regarding this statistic can be found on page 55.

Source: We are Flint ID 246172


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Share of U.S. internet users who use LinkedIn 2016, by education level
Percentage of U.S. internet users who use LinkedIn as of April 2016, by
education level

data

60.0%

50%
50.0%

40.0%
Share of respondents

30.0%
27%

20.0%

12%

10.0%

0.0%
High school grad or less Some college College +
Education level

Note: United States; March 7 to April 4, 2016; 18 years and older; 1,520

Further information regarding this statistic can be found on page 56.

Source: Pew Research Center ID 246180


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LinkedIn: share of unique mobile visiting members 2013-2016


Percentage of mobile unique visiting members to LinkedIn from 1st
quarter 2013 to 3rd quarter 2016

data

70.0%

60%
59%
60.0% 58%
57%
55%
52%
50%
49%
50.0% 47%
45%
Share of mobile visiting members

43%
41%
40.0% 38%

34%
31%
30.0%

20.0%

10.0%

0.0%
Q1 '13 Q2 '13 Q3 '13 Q4 '13 Q1 '14 Q2 '14 Q3 '14 Q4 '14 Q1 '15 Q2 '15 Q3 '15 Q4 '15 Q1 '16 Q2 '16 Q3 '16

Note: Worldwide; 1st quarter 2013 to 3rd quarter 2016

Further information regarding this statistic can be found on page 57.

Source: LinkedIn ID 425224


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U.S. Glassdoor web traffic 2018


Web traffic to Glassdoor.com from the United States as of April 2018 (in
millions)

Mobile web Desktop web Total

Uniques 14 14.1 28.1

Visits 22.5 25.6 48.1

Views 51.8 91.7 143.6

Note: United States; Mar 19 2018 to Apr 17 2018

Further information regarding this statistic can be found on page 58.

Source: Quantcast ID 610452


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References
References 34

Importance of digital HR in selected regions 2016


Share of companies who believe digital HR to be important or very
important as of 2016, by region

Source and methodology information Notes:


n.a.
Source Deloitte

Conducted by Deloitte

Survey period 2016

Region Worldwide

Number of respondents n.a.

Age group n.a.

Special characteristics n.a.

Published by Deloitte

Publication date February 2016

Original source deloitte.com

Website URL visit the website


References 35

Importance of digital HR in selected markets 2016


Share of companies who believe digital HR to be important or very
important as of 2016, by country

Source and methodology information Notes:


n.a.
Source Deloitte

Conducted by Deloitte

Survey period 2016

Region Worldwide

Number of respondents n.a.

Age group n.a.

Special characteristics n.a.

Published by Deloitte

Publication date February 2016

Original source deloitte.com

Website URL visit the website


References 36

U.S. employers who have not hired after screening social profiles 2017
Share of U.S. hiring professionals who have not hired a candidate based
on content they found on social media from 2012 to 2017

Source and methodology information Notes:


Employers who research job candidates on social media.
Source CareerBuilder.com; Harris Interactive; PR Newswire

Conducted by Harris Interactive

Survey period 2012 to 2017

Region United States

Number of respondents 2,300

Age group 18 years and older

Special characteristics hiring managers and human resource professionals


across industries and company sizes in the private
sector

Published by CareerBuilder.com; PR Newswire

Publication date June 2017

Original source prnewswire.com

Website URL visit the website


References 37

Quality recruitment sources according to global HR 2016


Leading sources of quality hires according to hiring decision makers
worldwide in 2016

Source and methodology information Notes:


"What are your top channels for quality hires?" The source does not provide
information regarding the exact date of survey.
Source LinkedIn

Conducted by LinkedIn

Survey period 2016

Region Worldwide

Number of respondents 3,973

Age group n.a.

Special characteristics talent acquisition decision makers who work in a


corporate HR department

Published by LinkedIn

Publication date October 2016

Original source Global Recruiting Trends 2017, page 13

Website URL visit the website


References 38

Social recruiting usage in selected industries in the U.S. 2016


Share of U.S. hiring managers and recruiting professionals in selected
industries who are most likely to use social networks to screen
candidates as of March 2016
Source and methodology information Notes:
n.a.
Source CareerBuilder.com; Harris Poll

Conducted by Harris Poll

Survey period February 10 to March 17, 2016

Region United States

Number of respondents 2,186

Age group n.a.

Special characteristics hiring managers and human resource professionals

Published by CareerBuilder.com

Publication date April 2016

Original source careerbuilder.com

Website URL visit the website


References 39

Positive social media discoveries made by online recruiters 2017


Social media discoveries that lead to online recruiters extending an offer
to a candidate as of March 2017

Source and methodology information Notes:


Multiple answers were possible.
Source Harris Interactive; CareerBuilder.com; PR Newswire

Conducted by Harris Interactive

Survey period February 16 to March 9, 2017

Region United States

Number of respondents 2,300

Age group n.a.

Special characteristics hiring managers and human resource professionals


across industries and company sizes in the private
sector

Published by CareerBuilder.com; PR Newswire

Publication date June 2017

Original source prnewswire.com

Website URL visit the website


References 40

Damaging social media discoveries made by online recruiters 2017


Social media discoveries made by online recruiters that lead to a
candidate not getting a job as of March 2017

Source and methodology information Notes:


Multiple answers were possible.
Source Harris Interactive; CareerBuilder.com; PR Newswire

Conducted by Harris Interactive

Survey period February 16 to March 9, 2017

Region United States

Number of respondents 2,300

Age group 18 years and older

Special characteristics hiring managers and human resource professionals


across industries and company sizes in the private
sector

Published by CareerBuilder.com; PR Newswire

Publication date June 2017

Original source careerbuilder.com

Website URL visit the website


References 41

Social media content eliciting negative U.S. recruiter reactions 2017


Negative U.S. recruiter reactions towards social media content of
prospective hiring candidates as of 2017

Source and methodology information Notes:


n.a.
Source Jobvite

Conducted by Jobvite

Survey period 2016

Region United States

Number of respondents 831

Age group n.a.

Special characteristics Recruiting and HR professionals

Published by Jobvite

Publication date September 2017

Original source 2017 Recruiter Nation, page 7

Website URL visit the website


References 42

U.S. online job information search 2015, by gender


Share of adults in the United States who have looked for online job
information as of July 2015, by gender

Source and methodology information Notes:


n.a.
Source Pew Research Center

Conducted by Pew Research Center

Survey period June 10 to July 12, 2015

Region United States

Number of respondents 2,001

Age group 18 years and older

Special characteristics n.a.

Published by Pew Research Center

Publication date November 2015

Original source Searching for Work in the Digital Era, page 10

Website URL visit the website


References 43

U.S. online job information search 2015, by age


Share of adults in the United States who have looked for online job
information as of July 2015, by age group

Source and methodology information Notes:


n.a.
Source Pew Research Center

Conducted by Pew Research Center

Survey period June 10 to July 12, 2015

Region United States

Number of respondents 2,001

Age group 18 years and older

Special characteristics n.a.

Published by Pew Research Center

Publication date November 2015

Original source Searching for Work in the Digital Era, page 10

Website URL visit the website


References 44

U.S. online job information search 2015, by education


Share of adults in the United States who have looked for online job
information as of July 2015, by education

Source and methodology information Notes:


n.a.
Source Pew Research Center

Conducted by Pew Research Center

Survey period June 10 to July 12, 2015

Region United States

Number of respondents 2,001

Age group 18 years and older

Special characteristics n.a.

Published by Pew Research Center

Publication date November 2015

Original source Searching for Work in the Digital Era, page 10

Website URL visit the website


References 45

U.S. online job information search 2015, by income


Share of adults in the United States who have looked for online job
information as of July 2015, by income

Source and methodology information Notes:


n.a.
Source Pew Research Center

Conducted by Pew Research Center

Survey period June 10 to July 12, 2015

Region United States

Number of respondents 2,001

Age group 18 years and older

Special characteristics n.a.

Published by Pew Research Center

Publication date November 2015

Original source Searching for Work in the Digital Era, page 10

Website URL visit the website


References 46

U.S. online job application 2015, by gender


Share of adults in the United States who have applied for a job online as
of July 2015, by gender

Source and methodology information Notes:


n.a.
Source Pew Research Center

Conducted by Pew Research Center

Survey period June 10 to July 12, 2015

Region United States

Number of respondents 2,001

Age group 18 years and older

Special characteristics n.a.

Published by Pew Research Center

Publication date November 2015

Original source Searching for Work in the Digital Era, page 10

Website URL visit the website


References 47

U.S. online job application 2015, by age


Share of adults in the United States who have applied for a job online as
of July 2015, by age group

Source and methodology information Notes:


n.a.
Source Pew Research Center

Conducted by Pew Research Center

Survey period June 10 to July 12, 2015

Region United States

Number of respondents 2,001

Age group 18 years and older

Special characteristics n.a.

Published by Pew Research Center

Publication date November 2015

Original source Searching for Work in the Digital Era, page 10

Website URL visit the website


References 48

U.S. online job application 2015, by education


Share of adults in the United States who have applied for a job online as
of July 2015, by education

Source and methodology information Notes:


n.a.
Source Pew Research Center

Conducted by Pew Research Center

Survey period June 10 to July 12, 2015

Region United States

Number of respondents 2,001

Age group 18 years and older

Special characteristics n.a.

Published by Pew Research Center

Publication date November 2015

Original source Searching for Work in the Digital Era, page 10

Website URL visit the website


References 49

U.S. online job application 2015, by income


Share of adults in the United States who have applied for a job online as
of July 2015, by income

Source and methodology information Notes:


n.a.
Source Pew Research Center

Conducted by Pew Research Center

Survey period June 10 to July 12, 2015

Region United States

Number of respondents 2,001

Age group 18 years and older

Special characteristics n.a.

Published by Pew Research Center

Publication date November 2015

Original source Searching for Work in the Digital Era, page 10

Website URL visit the website


References 50

Digital sources of information according to global job seekers 2017


Most common sources of candidates to gather information before
applying to jobs as of April 2017

Source and methodology information Notes:


n.a.
Source LinkedIn

Conducted by LinkedIn

Survey period April 2017

Region Worldwide

Number of respondents 7,788

Age group n.a.

Special characteristics recent job switchers

Published by LinkedIn

Publication date July 2017

Original source Inside the Mind of Today's Candidate, page 10

Website URL visit the website


References 51

Numbers of LinkedIn members 2009-2016


Numbers of LinkedIn members from 1st quarter 2009 to 3rd quarter 2016
(in millions)

Source and methodology information Notes:


In December 2016, Microsoft finalized its $26 billion acquisition of LinkedIn.
LinkedIn results are now part of Microsoft's Product Revenue and Service
Source LinkedIn and Other Revenue segment.

Conducted by LinkedIn

Survey period 1st quarter 2009 to 3rd quarter 2016

Region Worldwide

Number of respondents n.a.

Age group n.a.

Special characteristics n.a.

Published by LinkedIn

Publication date October 2016

Original source LinkedIn Q3 2016 Press Release

Website URL visit the website


References 52

LinkedIn: annual revenue 2009-2015


Annual revenue of LinkedIn from 2009 to 2015 (in million U.S. dollars)

Source and methodology information Notes:


In December 2016, Microsoft finalized its $26 billion acquisition of LinkedIn.
LinkedIn results are now part of Microsoft's Product Revenue and Service
Source LinkedIn and Other Revenue segment.

Conducted by LinkedIn

Survey period 2009 to 2015

Region Worldwide

Number of respondents n.a.

Age group n.a.

Special characteristics n.a.

Published by LinkedIn

Publication date February 2016

Original source LinkedIn Selected Company Metrics and Financials,


page 1

Website URL visit the website


References 53

LinkedIn: quarterly segment revenue 2009-2016


LinkedIn's revenue from 1st quarter 2009 to 3rd quarter 2016, by segment
(in million U.S. dollars)

Source and methodology information Notes:


* In Q2 2014, certain recruitment media products have been reclassified from
Marketing Solutions to Talent Solutions. Prior period amounts beginning with
Source LinkedIn Q1 2012 have been recast to conform to the current year presentation In
December 2016, Microsoft finalized its $26 billion acquisition of LinkedIn.
LinkedIn results are now part of Microsoft's Product Revenue and Service
Conducted by LinkedIn and Other Revenue segment.

Survey period 1st quarter 2009 to 3rd quarter 2016

Region Worldwide

Number of respondents n.a.

Age group n.a.

Special characteristics n.a.

Published by LinkedIn

Publication date October 2016

Original source LinkedIn Q3 Press Release

Website URL visit the website


References 54

LinkedIn usage reach in the United States 2018, by gender


Percentage of U.S. internet users who use LinkedIn as of January 2018,
by gender

Source and methodology information Notes:


n.a.
Source We are Flint

Conducted by We are Flint

Survey period January 20 to 22, 2018

Region United States

Number of respondents 2,007

Age group 18 years and older

Special characteristics n.a.

Published by We are Flint

Publication date February 2018

Original source Social Media Demographics 2018, page 41

Website URL visit the website


References 55

LinkedIn usage reach in the United States 2018, by age group


Percentage of U.S. internet users who use LinkedIn as of January 2018,
by age group

Source and methodology information Notes:


n.a.
Source We are Flint

Conducted by We are Flint

Survey period January 20 to 22, 2018

Region United States

Number of respondents 2,007

Age group 18 years and older

Special characteristics n.a.

Published by We are Flint

Publication date February 2018

Original source Social Media Demographics 2018, page 41

Website URL visit the website


References 56

Share of U.S. internet users who use LinkedIn 2016, by education level
Percentage of U.S. internet users who use LinkedIn as of April 2016, by
education level

Source and methodology information Notes:


n.a.
Source Pew Research Center

Conducted by Pew Research Center

Survey period March 7 to April 4, 2016

Region United States

Number of respondents 1,520

Age group 18 years and older

Special characteristics n.a.

Published by Pew Research Center

Publication date November 2016

Original source Social Media Update 2016, page 7

Website URL visit the website


References 57

LinkedIn: share of unique mobile visiting members 2013-2016


Percentage of mobile unique visiting members to LinkedIn from 1st
quarter 2013 to 3rd quarter 2016

Source and methodology information Notes:


In December 2016, Microsoft finalized its $26 billion acquisition of LinkedIn.
LinkedIn results are now part of Microsoft's Product Revenue and Service
Source LinkedIn and Other Revenue segment.

Conducted by LinkedIn

Survey period 1st quarter 2013 to 3rd quarter 2016

Region Worldwide

Number of respondents n.a.

Age group n.a.

Special characteristics n.a.

Published by LinkedIn

Publication date October 2016

Original source LinkedIn Q3 2016 Press Release

Website URL visit the website


References 58

U.S. Glassdoor web traffic 2018


Web traffic to Glassdoor.com from the United States as of April 2018 (in
millions)

Source and methodology information Notes:


n.a.
Source Quantcast

Conducted by Quantcast

Survey period Mar 19 2018 to Apr 17 2018

Region United States

Number of respondents n.a.

Age group n.a.

Special characteristics n.a.

Published by Quantcast

Publication date April 2018

Original source quantcast.com

Website URL visit the website