searchJobs: Search for Jobs on LinkedIn

Description Usage Arguments Details Value Author(s) See Also Examples

Description

searchJobs searches across LinkedIn's job postings.

There are several parameters that allow you to conduct either a broad or focused search.

In order to use this function, you must create your own appliction and apply for the Vetted API Access here: https://help.linkedin.com/app/ask/path/api-dvr. You cannot use the default credentials supplied in the Rlinkedin package.

Usage

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searchJobs(token, keywords = NULL, company_name = NULL, job_title = NULL,
  country_code = NULL, postal_code = NULL, distance = NULL, partner = 0)

Arguments

token

Authorization token.

keywords

A keyword used in the job title or description. Multiple words should be separated by a space.

company_name

Company posting the job.

job_title

Title of the job.

country_code

Specify the country in which to search. This is the ISO3166 country code, and must be in lower case.

postal_code

Must be combined with the country_code parameter.

distance

Distance matches jobs within a distance from a central point. This is measured in miles and is best used in conjunction with both country_code and postal-code.

partner

Indicate whether you belong to the Partnership Program. Values: 0 or 1

Details

There are many different search parameters that allow you to make a focused search of a particular job within a certain company some area of the country. Or you can search for all jobs posted based on general keywords.

Value

Returns a dataframe of jobs based input parameters

Author(s)

Michael Piccirilli michael.r.piccirilli@gmail.com

See Also

getJobs searchCompanies

Examples

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## Not run: 

search.results <- searchJobs(token = in.auth, keywords = "data scientist")

## End(Not run)


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