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24 Times People Completely Failed At LinkedIn

Let's hope they've all learned a lesson from this.

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7. Users listing what they do in their free time as "experience."

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Keep your dirty secrets a secret.

17. Wondering why users are reading and sharing these posts.

*opens LinkedIn, sees headlines recommended for me, throws laptop out window*

Dan Oshinsky@danoshinsky

*opens LinkedIn, sees headlines recommended for me, throws laptop out window*

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23. Finding out what people do for a living and being grateful for what you have.

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Everyone has to do things they don't want to do sometimes — it's all about how you frame that experience.

But, you can always count on LinkedIn keeping it real and putting you in your place.

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It's almost like getting a job rejection but even worse because not even LinkedIn can find you a job.

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