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Wayne Breitbarth of Power+Formula has an infographic out summarizing the results of the 2013 edition of his annual LinkedIn User Survey.  Both the infographic and the survey are well worth a look.

Why am I passing this along?  I recommend that all accounting and financial services professionals, accounting and business professors, and college students get on LinkedIn and use it to the maximum extent possible.

Click on the following image to view the entire infographic. Don’t forget to expand the image.

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Pic credit – Power+Formula

The complete infographic reveals some interesting details.

84% of LinkedIn users subscribe to a free account (I use a $240/year premium account).

The median sized network has just over 300 first level connections.  The most common range is 500-1000 users.  10% of LI users have a network of at least 1,000 (my network is now 1,100+).

5/8 of LI users open their entire network to view (as do I, it is recommended).

98% of LI users are in at least one discussion group, 60% are in at least 10 (I am in 40).

24% of LI users spend an average of at least one hour per business day on LI (as do I).

Debit and credit – – David Albrecht


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