How To View Saved Jobs On LinkedIn

Have you been using LinkedIn to network and look for jobs? If you’ve saved some jobs on LinkedIn, then you might be wondering how you can manage those saved jobs and actually find and view the saved jobs that you found and saved for later.

Though it might not be obvious when you’re logged into your account, finding those saved jobs is relatively easy. We’ll give you the steps below.

How to View LinkedIn Saved Jobs from LinkedIn.com

Here are the steps you need to take to find and managed you saved LinkedIn jobs.

1. Go to LinkedIn.com in a web browser on your computer or tablet.

2. Log into your LinkedIn account and click on “Jobs” from the top menu.

This will open up the screen that you see below.

linked in saved jobs

This screen is what you used to actually find the jobs that you have saved.

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3. Click on “Saved Jobs” from the “Jobs” screen.

When you click on this, you will be shown all of the jobs that you’ve saved on the site.

linkedin saved jobs

If you have a job that you’ve saved that you no longer want to keep, then you can simply click on the “X” to the right of the job. This will delete the job from your saved list.

Want to see the details of a job that you’ve saved? Or do you want to apply for a job that you’ve saved?

Just click on the job from the list that you want to apply to or see more details on.

How to View LinkedIn Saved Jobs from the iPhone App

Are you using LinkedIn from your iPhone smartphone or iPad and using the LinkedIn app for iOS? If so, we’ve got the steps you need to view your saved jobs.

  1. Open the LinkedIn app on your iOS device.
  2. Log into your LinkedIn account, if you’re not already logged in.
  3. Tap on “Jobs” on the lower right of the app screen.
  4. Tap on the menu by the search box at the top of the screen. It’s the three horizontal dots.
  5. Click on “Saved Jobs” from the menu that pops up from the bottom of the screen. This shows all your jobs that you’ve saved in the app.

If you want to remove any of the jobs that you’ve saved in the app, then just click on the three horizontal dots by job title. This opens a menu of options for you, and then you just tap on “Unsave.”

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How to View LinkedIn Saved Jobs from the Android App

Are you using LinkedIn from your Android smartphone or tablet and using the LinkedIn app for Android? If so, we’ve got the steps you need to view your saved jobs.

  1. Open the LinkedIn app on your Android device.
  2. Log into your LinkedIn account, if you’re not already logged in.
  3. Tap on “Jobs” on the lower right of the app screen.
  4. Tap on the menu by the search box at the top of the screen. It’s the three vertical dots.
  5. Click on “Saved Jobs” from the menu that pops up from the bottom of the screen. This shows all your jobs that you’ve saved in the app.

If you want to remove any of the jobs that you’ve saved in the app, then just click on the down-facing arrow by job title. This opens a menu of options for you, and then you just tap on “Unsave.”

LinkedIn Saved Jobs FAQs

Got more questions about saved jobs on your LinkedIn account? We’ve got answers! See our most common questions below.

Do recruiters know when I save a job to my account on LinkedIn?

No, the recruiters and companies are not notified when you save a job. The saved jobs function is basically just a way for you to bookmark jobs and no one else ever knows about it.

Can my current employer see when I save a job to my account on LinkedIn?

No, your current employer is not notified when you save a job. The saved jobs function is basically just a way for you to bookmark jobs and no one else ever knows about it.

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Can my connections see when I save a job to my account on LinkedIn?

No, your connections are not notified when you save a job. The saved jobs function is basically just a way for you to bookmark jobs and no one else ever knows about it.

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