ByKia Kokalitcheva @imkialikethecar APRIL 18, 2016, 12:03 AM EDT
Swiping through career suggestions is now as easy as finding a date on Tinder.
LinkedIn is going after college students with its newest mobile app.
On Monday, the social network professionals will release an entirely new and separate mobile app, on iOS and Android, aimed at college students to help them get their first job graduation, as the company describes it. LinkedIn hopes that the app, now available nation-wide, will help students explore possible careers, expand their professional network, and browse through appropriate job listings.
“They don’t know what to search for, they don’t know what they’re qualified to do, or even what’s out there,” LinkedIn product manager Ada Yu, who led the development of the app, told Fortune.