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LinkedIn Dream Jobs
Written by amir   
Wednesday, 03 April 2019


LinkedIn Dream Jobs 


LinkedIn, in collaboration with multinational and national companies, once again held the "LinkedIn Dream Jobs Season 2" event. This event aims to help students and fresh graduates (S1 and S2) in Indonesia find their dream job in well-known companies. In addition, this event will also provide an overview of how to optimize the role of social media, especially LinkedIn to support the careers of job seekers. With this activity, of course, it is hoped that it can provide insight, knowledge and motivation for UI students and alumni to prepare themselves to enter the world of work. 




The Employer Study conducted by the University of Indonesia in 2017 stated that more than 80% of companies pay attention to the "LinkedIn" accounts of the prospective employees they will recruit. This shows that the role of social media, especially LinkedIn media, is very important to support one's career. 




The speaker from LinkedIn at this activity was Ms. Catherine Chien, Consumer Marketing Manager, LinkedIn APAC and Mr. Jacky Bhagchandani, LinkedIn Indonesia Country Lead. Our exposure materials are as follows:

1. Information Session of LinkedIn Dream Jobs Initiative to help career starters in Indonesia to find a full-time job in top local and global companies

2. Workshop Session. Topic: How to power up your LinkedIn profile and kick start your career

This event will be held on:

Day, date: Thursday, 11 April 2019

Time: 13.00-16.00 WIB

Place: UI Depok Campus Convention Center Building 




This activity was attended by 353 participants consisting of students and alumni of UI as well as students from other universities. Most participants came from the Faculty of Engineering (71 participants), the Faculty of Mathematics & Natural Sciences (40 participants) and the Faculty of Humanities (34 participants). Meanwhile, at least came from the Faculty of Environmental Science (1 participant), the KSG Faculty (2 participants) as well as none of the Faculty of Medicine, Dentistry and Pharmacy attended this activity. Non-UI universities participating in this activity include Gunadarma University, Binus University, Tama Jagakarsa University, Bogor Agricultural University, UIN Jakarta, UPN Veteran Jakarta, Gunadarma University, Pancasila University, Gadjah Mada University, Penididkan Indonesia University, National University , Riau University, Padang State University, Padjadjaran University, ITB Ahmad Dahlan Jakarta, University of North Sumatra, Bakrie University, Andalas University, Bandung Institute of Technology, STIE Tazkia, Indraprasta University, Yogyakarta Amikom University, ITS, Telkom University, Multimedia Nusantara University, Diponegoro University , Budi Luhur University, STT PLN Jakarta, Sriwijaya University, Uhamka, Jnederal Soedirman University, Advanced Indonesian College of Health Sciences, Parayangan Catholic University Bandung, Batam State University, Indonesian Islamic University, and STIKIM IMA Jakarta. 




This activity took place smoothly and was very interactive because in addition to delivering the material provided there was also a question and answer session. Many of the participants were very interested in the delivery of the material provided by the resource persons as seen from the number of participants who asked questions. 

In addition to students and alumni who have not worked, there are also some alumni who are already working and asking questions to the speaker about how to choose between working at their current place or looking for work in other places that are more promising but with increasingly old age conditions. In the question and answer session, many participants were enthusiastic to ask questions.
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