Buzz·Posted on Jun 23, 201424 Times People Completely Failed At LinkedInLet's hope they've all learned a lesson from this.by Ann-Marie AlcántaraBuzzFeed StaffLinkFacebookPinterestTwitterMail 1. A user realizing what the job search is actually like. reddit.com / Via imgur.com BRB, going to go scream into a pillow for a bit. 2. Users debuting new facial hairdos that say everything but "hire me." reddit.com / Via imgur.com People forget that being a professional also includes a professional face. 3. Other users list every experience they've ever had, including those from their virtual childhood. reddit.com / Via imgur.com This user also clearly forgot to add "Pokémon Master." 4. Bonus features that show you how popular you are. reddit.com / Via imgur.com This is almost as bad as emailing someone a job rejection six months after they applied for a job. 5. Users who take (f)unemployment too seriously. reddit.com / Via imgur.com ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ . 6. Advertisers forgetting that the internet is one big troll. reddit.com / Via imgur.com The "unhelpful high school teacher" meme somehow found its way onto an advertisement for tutoring. 7. Users listing what they do in their free time as "experience." reddit.com / Via imgur.com Keep your dirty secrets a secret. 8. People forgetting that not every skill is meant to be shared. reddit.com / Via imgur.com 9. When fake accounts decide to stalk your real account and give you hope. reddit.com / Via imgur.com 10. Some users using LinkedIn as a substitute for Tinder. reddit.com / Via imgur.com Networking and finding your true love — who says you can't have both? 11. Getting endorsements for your more private skills. reddit.com / Via imgur.com 12. People who are too truthful about their past work experience. reddit.com / Via imgur.com 13. People who understand that LinkedIn is an open community, available for all. reddit.com / Via imgur.com There's unemployment in all sectors and walks of life. 14. LinkedIn users reminding you that some roads are best not taken. reddit.com / Via imgur.com Money isn't everything...unless it pays your rent and buys your food. 15. Reading about a user's personal issues that are best left at the doctor's office. reddit.com / Via imgur.com Thought leaders sometimes have too many thoughts to share. 16. LinkedIn becoming the equivalent of Yahoo! Answers for people. reddit.com / Via imgur.com Respond or don't respond — that is the question. 17. Wondering why users are reading and sharing these posts. Dan Oshinsky @danoshinsky *opens LinkedIn, sees headlines recommended for me, throws laptop out window* 08:22 PM - 01 Aug 2013 Reply Retweet Favorite 18. Seeing what people list as professional experience and remembering things can be worse in life. reddit.com / Via imgur.com 19. LinkedIn not screening for potential skills that are problematic. reddit.com / Via imgur.com One of these skills is not like the other and nor is it funny. 20. Browsing the news from other users and it suddenly becomes NSFW. reddit.com / Via imgur.com 21. Realizing that crazy comments can happen anywhere on the internet. reddit.com / Via imgur.com You can't ever avoid it and you can never help reading it. 22. Knowing that unemployment is never anything to congratulate someone for. reddit.com / Via imgur.com Especially if someone lists it as a joke. 23. Finding out what people do for a living and being grateful for what you have. reddit.com / Via imgur.com Everyone has to do things they don't want to do sometimes — it's all about how you frame that experience. 24. Getting constant reminders from other users that you should be back in undergrad. reddit.com / Via imgur.com It wasn't so hard and the real world reminds you that you are in no way employable. But, you can always count on LinkedIn keeping it real and putting you in your place. reddit.com / Via imgur.com It's almost like getting a job rejection but even worse because not even LinkedIn can find you a job. Happy job hunting! Tap to play GIF Tap to play GIF Warner Bros. Television / Via collegetimes.com (h/t to reddit).