Every season has its specialities, and in the jolly season, they are plenty. Join us in today’s issue of the LinkedLetter where we will be discussing the new affairs around LinkedIn, such as the B2B Marketing tools enhancement, the green skills saga among males and females in the professional landscape and the Top MBA programs update. Sounds thrilling? Read the full article to discover more details about the intriguing news.

For those navigating the complexities of measuring campaign impact, the latest enhancements to LinkedIn Ads are a game-changer. From the Conversion API (CAPI) providing precision and privacy-compliant performance in the face of evolving privacy restrictions, to the seamless measurement capabilities of Website Actions simplifying the tracking of website interactions, and the groundbreaking upgrades to Document Ads enabling retargeting, new objectives, and LAN distribution – LinkedIn’s advertising platform is evolving to meet the demands of a full-funnel strategy. These enhancements underscore LinkedIn’s commitment to providing marketers with powerful, effective, and privacy-compliant solutions, ensuring they stay ahead in an ever-evolving digital landscape. Read more here.

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As the world grapples with the impending challenges of climate change, a concerning gender disparity is revealed in the area of “green skills,” according to a recent report by LinkedIn. The study, drawing insights from a billion-user strong platform, delves into the skill categories crucial for addressing environmental issues. Alarmingly, only 1 in 10 women possess these green skills, compared to 1 in 6 men, despite a hiring rate for such skills standing at 29% above average. The gender gap is particularly pronounced in the renewable energy sector, where women constitute only 34% of the workforce. While the report offers a glimmer of hope, noting a 12.3% increase in women joining green sectors since 2021, the path to gender equity in these vital areas remains a formidable challenge. The study underscores the vulnerability of women to climate change’s impact and emphasizes the missed opportunities for women to actively contribute to climate solutions, highlighting the urgency to address and rectify these discrepancies. You can read the full report here.

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LinkedIn introduced its inaugural Top MBA Programs list, a unique ranking that distinguishes itself by emphasizing the concrete employment outcomes of MBA graduates, departing from the conventional emphasis on prestige markers such as GMAT scores or acceptance rates. The list, comprising 50 U.S. programs, leverages data contributed by LinkedIn users, providing valuable insights for prospective MBA students keen on programs with a proven track record of graduates achieving success in their professional journeys. LinkedIn, known for its Top Companies, Top Startups, and Jobs on the Rise lists, brings its wealth of user-generated data to the realm of MBA rankings, offering a fresh perspective that aligns with the real-world career impact of these programs. The new list aims to complement existing rankings from renowned institutions like the Financial Times and Bloomberg, providing a distinct focus on practical employment outcomes as a testament to the relevance and effectiveness of MBA programs in today’s dynamic job market.

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