|LinkedIn.com||LinkedIn Recruiter||Google X-Ray (finds public profiles)||Google Example|
|Name||Y||Y||intitle:<name>||site:linkedin.com/in intitle:”phil tusing”|
|Current Job Title||Y (false positives)||Y (false positives)||Y – intitle:<title>||site:linkedin.com/in intitle:”executive assistant”|
|Current Company||Y (false positives)||Y (false positives)||Y – intitle:<company>||site:linkedin.com/in intitle:seekout|
|Last Company (even if left)||N||N||Y – inanchor:<company>||site:linkedin.com/in inanchor:”morgan stanley”|
|Last School||N||N||Y – inanchor:<school>||site:linkedin.com/in inanchor:ucla|
|Headline||N||Y – headline: secret operator||Y – inanchor:<headline>||site:linkedin.com/in inanchor:”open to work”|
|Summary||N||Y – summary: secret operator||N|
|Current Job Title||Y||Y||Y||site:linkedin.com/in intitle:machinist|
|Last Job Title (even if left)||N||N||Y – inanchor:title||site:linkedin.com/in inanchor:”truck driver”|
|Job descriptions||N||N||Y (by keywords)||site:linkedin.com/in “scaled up” start-up cloud bay area|
|Self-Entered Skills||Y – in Company Employees and School Alums search||Y – skills: secret operator||N|
|Skills and Assessments||N||Y but works almost like keywords|
|Past Company||Y||Y||Y (by keywords)||site:linkedin.com/in -intitle:chevron inanchor:chevron|
|Past Job Locations||N||N||Y (by keywords)||site:linkedin.com/in “united kingdom” canada AROUND(3) present|
|Past Job – <title at company>||N||N||Y – use AROUND(X)||site:linkedin.com/in “CFO” CFO AROUND(3) google|
|YOE||N||Y (but rounded)||N|
|True Years at Company||N||Y (but rounded)||Y – with AROUND(X) or Asterisks||“present” site:linkedin.com/in “present” AROUND “2..6 years” operations manager|
|Years in Position||N||Y (but rounded)||N|
|Current Location||Y – by Area Name||Y by Area Name or Zip/Radius||Y – by Area Name||site:linkedin.com/in present AROUND(3) “greater new york” operations manager “new york”|
|Profile in Language||Y||Y||Y – secondary profiles end in /<lg> – 2-letter country abbreviation||site:fr.linkedin.com/in/*/fr|
|Spoken Languages||N||Y||Y – approximate||site:linkedin.com/in “Native or bilingual proficiency” tagalog|
|Company Type (calculated)||N||Y (calculated)||N|
|Company Size (calculated)||N||Y||N|
|School||Y (Boolean)||Y (selection only)||Y (by keywords)||site:linkedin.com/in “school of arts and enterprise” -intitle:”school of arts”|
|Last School||N||N||Y – inanchor:<school>||site:linkedin.com/in scientist inanchor:sorbonne “sorbonne”|
|Field of study||N||Y||Y (by keywords)||site:linkedin.com/in “quantum physics” university Phd|
|Industry||Y||Y||Y (imprecise)||site:linkedin.com/in “environmental services”|
|Years of study||N (but see school alumni search)||Y (but not tied to a school)||N|
|Degree||N||Y (but may be incomplete)||N|
|Grades at School||N||N||Y (by keywords)||site:linkedin.com/in GPA AROUND(3) “4.0” accounting|
|Other accomplishments||N||N||Y (by keywords)|
|Recommendations||N||N||Y (by keywords)|
|Open to Work Status||N||Y||N|
|Network Relationships||Y (buggy)||Y (buggy)||N|
|Open to Volunteering||Y||N||N|
|Service categories||Y||N||Y (some)|
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Nice refresh, I´m about to stop paying linkedin… X-ray is the best..
I turn a lot of pages daily to find the Visa Sponsorship Available job
Is there a way to do this faster?
I don’t know of a way other than searching for “visa sponsorship” and the like.
Is there a way in Linkedin Recruiter to specifically identify US Citizens?
Not an official search filter.
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Thank you for your tips & trics. It can always be more convenient and better it seems. Fine. Thanks for the fresh-up.
Thank you, Irina! As always, you provide excellent advice and information.
Thank you, Carol!
Thanks Irina, this is very helpful.
Thanks Irina! Glad to have stumbled upon this great site with so much gold nuggets!