April 21, 2014
LinkedIn, which allows its users to establish working relationships with people from all over the world, has not stopped growing since its birth five years ago. In turn, the profile of its regular users has changed over time, since according to a study prepared by the firm, if originally 61% of users were men, now the percentage of women has grown to 44% of these 300 million users, while men have become 56% of all customers.
The most participatory countries have also varied. Thus, except for the United States, which maintains the leadership, the rest of the markets have changed, being the second position for India, while Brazil occupies the third place.
via LinkedIn already has 300 million users worldwide | ITespresso.es.
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