Thinking of mixing up your career? This is the event you need to know about...

Your next career move starts here
The Jobs Shed by LinkedIn is the perfect event for anyone looking to get their career back on track after the trickiest of years…

After 12 months of WFH struggles, furlough uncertainty and the constant spectre of redundancy, many of us are feeling like our career prospects have been knocked off course. However, with things tentatively getting back to normal, now is the perfect time to take some small steps to job progression, with The Jobs Shed by LinkedIn offering you the chance to do just that.

Taking place from 15-16 June on the sunny rooftop of London's Ham Yard Hotel, this socially-distanced, open-air careers event is packed full of activities designed to help you make your next professional move or get your career back on track. LinkedIn career experts will be on hand to offer advice and help you build a stellar LinkedIn profile, while an on-site photographer will be offering free headshots to help you stand out. There will also be a talk from bestselling careers author Sarah Ellis, on everything from building a network to making a career jump.

Guests will leave with a £50 Patch Plants gift voucher, a copy of Sarah's book The Squiggly Career and LinkedIn's Job Search Guide, and if you tag LinkedIn and use #KeepGrowing in your social posts from the event, you'll receive a complimentary upgrade to LinkedIn Premium. Tickets are absolutely free but spaces are limited, so hit the button below, and read on for LinkedIn careers expert Charlotte Davies' three simple steps for beginning to nurture your career…

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1. Grow your community

"Your contacts are hugely valuable when it comes to your career, so start building connections. Any one of those could lead to a new opportunity."

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2. Cultivate your skillset

"While updating your LinkedIn profile / CV is important to show off what you can do, you can also use the platform to build on what you have. Try a LinkedIn Learning course to expand your horizons."

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3. The grass might be greener

"Recent LinkedIn research found that half of professionals are looking for a new role and there are more job opportunities now that restrictions are easing. So if you see a role, don't hold off – go for it." 

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