LinkedIn, which had previously shut down its social networking features in China two years ago, announced on May 9th that it has decided to discontinue InCareer, its local job application in China, effective August 9th.
Chinese recruitment platform Zhaopin released its 2022 Talent Development Report on the Metaverse Industry on September 26. The document points out that from January to July, the number of jobs related to the metaverse on the platform increased by 16.6% year-on-year.
On Tuesday, LinkedIn officially launched its new app for the Chinese market, InCareer. The app is designed to help Chinese mainland professionals find jobs while also helping companies discover great talent throughout the country.
Kanzhun Limited, operator of mobile recruitment app Boss Zhipin, on Friday filed privately for an IPO with the US Securities and Exchange Commission. The firm is looking to list the app on the Nasdaq under the ticker symbol "BZ," according to its preliminary prospectus. No pricing terms were disclosed.
One year into an ideal job in a multinational corporation, my friend Lin made the seemingly risky decision to move to a startup. The multinational offered a decent salary, bonuses and a mature training system. What more could a new graduate expect?