LinkedIn, the popular online platform for people looking for jobs, is one of the top sources of employment information.
And it’s becoming a new source of recruiting, with recruiters and other recruiting sites making use of LinkedIn profiles in the job posting process.
But the company is not alone in its efforts to make its profile data available to employers.
Companies like Linkedin and Google have been using LinkedIn data to create new job listings, even if the company does not actually hire the candidates.
LinkedIn’s latest move comes as more companies are using LinkedIn’s data to make their hiring decisions.
The company announced last week that it has been using data from LinkedIn’s search engine to find candidates for its recruiting services, and is now sharing that data to employers, according to a statement.
LinkedIn has also been using its search engine data to target and recommend jobs to employees.
It will share those results with the employers who use LinkedIn to hire, as well as to the hiring manager who selects the candidates, LinkedIn said.
LinkedIn says it’s also working with its partners, including recruiting companies and universities, to help recruiters create and share more targeted job listings with employers.
LinkedIn said that it’s partnering with the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics and the U-M Health Care Management Center to track job listings for employers.
The companies that are using the data include companies that offer services like telecommuting, video conferencing and telehealth, and others that have a range of roles and responsibilities, LinkedIn wrote.
“We are continually improving our search engine algorithm to ensure that the best search results are being used by the largest and most diverse audiences,” LinkedIn said in a statement on its website.
LinkedIn also has been working with companies like Microsoft and Yahoo to share more of its data, including job postings, job opportunities and contact information.
“LinkedIn will always seek to improve our platform for recruitment, but we are happy to be able to share our insights to the best employers and recruiters around the world,” LinkedIn wrote in a post on its blog.
LinkedIn is also expanding the number of employers it will be able share LinkedIn data with in the coming months.
In September, LinkedIn announced it will share job information from its hiring platform with employers through its own hiring platform.
The LinkedIn hire platform will provide recruiters with data from employers that use LinkedIn as a search engine, LinkedIn also said.
It is also building a mobile app to help employees find jobs, which will be available later this year.