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Congratulations, you’ve got a new job! Maybe you’ve already celebrated with your friends and family, but what about your professional network? When should you update yourΒ LinkedInΒ profile with a new job? Is there a right β€” or wrong β€” time?

Whether you’re ready to write an emoji-filled LinkedIn post or would rather hide in the professional shadows, here are your top tips for why, how, and when to update your profile with your new title.

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My input:

Why Should You Update Your LinkedIn Profile With a New Job?

β€œLinkedIn’s all about the ever-changing algorithm and this does impact your online presence,” Matthew Warzel, certified professional resume writer and former Fortune 500 recruiter, says. β€œBy updating skills, jobs, certifications, etc, you are helping your profile stay β€˜active.’ Active profiles will rank higher on recruiter searches in regular search mode, LinkedIn Navigator, and LinkedIn Recruiter.”

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