Women have a different approach to job hunting than men — and it seems to be more successful

Women appear to be more selective in their job hunting than men.

Women are 16% more successful than men at landing a job after applying, and 18% more likely than men to be hired when applying for more senior roles, according to LinkedIn’s new Gender Insights report. One explanation for this success: Women are more selective than men about which jobs they apply for — they apply to 20% fewer jobs, and are 16% less likely to apply for an opening after viewing it. They are 26% less likely to seek a referral for a job of interest to them.

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