LinkedIn Premium Subscribers Just Got a Host of New Features

Data, data and more data for LinkedIn Premium Career and Premium Business subscribers

LinkedIn followed up the redesign of its desktop site last month with an update of the features that are available to LinkedIn Premium members.

Senior director of product management Gyanda Sachdeva introduced the updates in a blog post:

Our two consumer subscriptions, Premium Career and Premium Business, have significantly evolved over the past year to provide a more powerful Premium experience. You can now take advantage of a multitude of exclusive data insights, as well as unlimited access to newly launched LinkedIn products like LinkedIn Learning and LinkedIn Salary. Here’s a snapshot of each membership.

LinkedIn Premium Career members now have access to more personalized insights within LinkedIn Jobs, including connections at a potential employer, positions that users would be top applicants for and fast-growing companies in similar professions.

 

Premium Business Insights now provides “unique and timely data” on company pages, and the professional network also added a Who’s Viewed My Profile feature to let users know when companies view their profiles.

 

When LinkedIn Salary was introduced last November, LinkedIn Premium members gained access to it without having to provide their own salary information. They now have the ability to filter jobs by salary, along with access to more precise salary information on job postings.

Both Premium Career and Premium Business subscribers now have unlimited access to more than 9,000 courses via LinkedIn Learning.

Sachdeva concluded:

LinkedIn Premium aims to unlock a deeper, more powerful LinkedIn experience. Whether you’re looking to transform a job opportunity into an offer letter or to sharpen your industry intelligence, we’re surfacing these features right at your fingertips to help you more efficiently and effectively drive your career forward in 2017. You can expect even more advanced insights and special feature access to come.

LinkedIn Premium subscribers: What are your thoughts on this week’s updates?