LinkedIn has announced that it now has 20 million UK users, claiming that this represents 60 percent of the entire UK workforce.
The company marked the milestone by releasing some insights into the most popular jobs and skills on the site, which include one notable IT-related skill.
LinkedIn said that the top five most searched for skills by recruiters includes the Java programming language in third, surrounded by the more generic sales, marketing, recruitment and HR.
Meanwhile, the technology trade in the UK is the most represented industry on LinkedIn with 664,000 users, beating construction, (630,000 users), healthcare (600,000 users), retail (566,000) and financial services (540,000).
BT is one of the largest employers listed on LinkedIn, alongside the NHS, Tesco, HSBC, RBS and Lloyds Banking Group.
London, perhaps unsurprisingly, is home to the most LinkedIn users, followed by
Birmingham, Manchester, Reading and Glasgow. LinkedIn has reached the 20 million figure over six years, climbing from three million in 2009 to the current total.
LinkedIn also revealed that 1.2 million users of the site moved jobs during 2015, while 330,061 listed a promotion on their profile.
The firm also listed some of the more unusual job titles on the site, notably 212 people claiming to be wizards, 217 opera singers and 81 rocket scientists.
LinkedIn's last financial release for Q3 2015 showed that total revenue increased by 37 percent year over year to $780m, suggesting that the company is still growing well, although its end of year results will give a better indication as to whether its growth in UK users has helped boost the bottom line.
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