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Monday, February 1 • 13:45 - 14:15
(On-demand session released) LinkedIn: Economic Modelling and Opportunities for All – 45 minutes

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LinkedIn is well known as a place to find jobs, but did you know we have a much bigger vision? Learn more about how the platform is used as arguably the most up-to-date source for labour market information and our most recent work to ensure LinkedIn is a global place for opportunities for all.

Learning Outcomes:
  • Summary of LinkedIn's network and economic data
  • Articulation of how LinkedIn currently partners with governments/non-profits/corporations
  • Learning outcome
  • Understand new work targeting disadvantaged populations

Speakers | Conférenciers
avatar for Jake Hirsch-Allen

Jake Hirsch-Allen

Vice-President, International Council on Badges and Credentials
Jake Hirsh-Allen manages LinkedIn Learning's relationships with North America's governments in relation to workforce development and higher education systems. Jake is a Director on the Boards of the Canadian Council for Youth Prosperity, Information and Communications Technology Council... Read More →
avatar for Kate Ovington (Moderator)

Kate Ovington (Moderator)

Government Lead, LinkedIn Learning, LinkedIn
Kate Ovington (Moderator) has worked for LinkedIn for the past eight years, focusing on helping organizations recruit and learn. Recently Kate has been working with Canadian governments on skills development and labour market information.
avatar for Michael Page

Michael Page

Government Lead, Talent Solutions, LinkedIn
Mike Page has worked for LinkedIn for the past six years, focusing on helping organizations recruit and learn. Recently Mike has been working with Canadian governments on skills development and labour market information.


Monday February 1, 2021 13:45 - 14:15 EST