…how useful is a CV with a list of skills, really? To me it’s not about what skills you have, but about what you actually do with them.”

the primary forms of identification are job title, or where you went to school — which are both pretty terrible proxies for who you actually are and what you care about”

people can endorse each other for skills on LinkedIn — even if they’ve never worked together.”

LinkedIn focuses primarily on the qualifications and skills professionals have, rather than their broader interests and personality quirks.”

There’s no like buttons, or visible follower counts — things that have typically turned other social networks into anxiety-filled popularity contests”


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