LinkedIn Offers Users A New Option “Career Break”
Most of the people in this generation today suffer a lot due to workload and we all see tension every day. He is unable to spend time with her family or take care of her children. Most of the people around us today spend most of their lives working. That is why many people want a break from their careers. Those who want to rise in life, those who want a big break in their career. For those who are a little tired of the stereotype Linkedin, “career break” offers a new option.
The add career break option appears when you click the + icon in the experience option in the Linkedin profile as shown in this screenshot. Then select add career experience and then select the option after providing the reason for the career break. After that click on the Save button.
By adding a career break, you can quickly learn about the career of Linkedin users today. In today’s world, women are the most likely to take a career break. Because according to Linkedin’s users, two out of three people in the world today have had a career break, of which 68% are women. The reason women take a career break is to look after their family and children and to kneel down to manage family and work together. Similarly, there are those around us who take a career break because of their desire to learn again and again and because of their passion.
LinkedIn says that with this career break option, users can record the gap in their career so that their boss can know all the information about their employees when they later start a new career. Therefore, LinkedIn users can make it clear by pointing out the gaps in their careers.
Usually, when they need a break in their career and have to take a leave of absence from work, it is a big black mark in one’s life. However, the career break option in Linkedin can help eliminate this black mark. This career break will remain a highlight in their resume for LinkedIn users. Not only that but in this corona situation of the world today the career break taken by the employees while those including the government are promoting the idea of work from home will be supported by the capitalist system in a very big way. The most important of these are women who are able to spend some time with their families and engage in their work. This new feature of LinkedIn is very thoughtful.