Recent LinkedIn data show the most sought-after skills as the labor market is slowly trying to regain its foothold after the sharp decline caused by Covid-19.
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LinkedIn was launched in China in 2014 and has limited functionality designed to comply with China’s stricter Internet laws. Microsoft said it will shut down LinkedIn because “the operating environment in China has become significantly more stringent and compliance requirements have increased.” Instead, Microsoft will launch a job search site in China that doesn’t have LinkedIn’s social capabilities.
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