Join us: Job seekers, nonprofits and governments
This initiative will bring together every part of our company, combining existing and new resources from LinkedIn, GitHub, and Microsoft.
To access newly available tools and resources, job seekers can visit opportunity.linkedin.com to begin pursuing in-demand technology skills for free across LinkedIn, Microsoft Learn and GitHub.
In addition to using data to understand the most in-demand roles, Microsoft will share that data with governments so they can better understand the issues and we’ll use our voice on employment and training public policy issues around the world.
Learning around the world
See how many people are participating by country and the most popular learning paths
Skills and jobs analysis
Explore analysis of unemployment crisis and opportunity to create jobs in the digital economy.
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- Download the full transcript of the June 2020 announcement
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