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LinkedIn Guide for Semiconductor Professionals

Posted on December 27, 2013 by Jack Trompert

The semiconductor business is a dynamic marketplace and the market could grow as much as 15% in 2014 as forecasted by World Semiconductor Trades Statistics (WSTS).

It’s important for individual semiconductor professionals to build an industry network and have a strong online presence. There are many things you can do to give yourself an advantage. Having a good presence on LinkedIn is one of them.

Semiconductor engineers and technicians with specialized skills and experience are in high demand by top employers. LinkedIn helps both job seekers and hiring managers, but its’ benefits go beyond the hiring process. It’s become an online networking hub where like minded professionals can connect and share ideas.

Building out your network and having a professional profile can put you ahead of the curve and establish you as an expert in your field. Experts recommend updating your profile at least every six months and completing all sections helps you make the right connections.

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Jack Trompert

In 2010, Jack and Janet Trompert started Talent 101 with a clear new vision on how to deliver talent to the marketplace. To work at Talent 101 is to be a part of something creative and big. From our modest roots as an ambitious startup, to becoming a global workforce solution provider to the world’s most recognized semiconductor companies, our growth and momentum owes a lot to our strong company culture of customer service, can do attitude, sense of urgency and always focus on the client and talent.