LinkedIn is releasing a new tool to help the unemployed find jobs more easily during the outbreak. LinkedIn said it was testing a new tool called career explorer, which will give job seekers a more intuitive idea of what they currently have, what they can do and what they need to learn. Users will be guided to learn new skills online. The fastest growing skills on LinkedIn include programming, digital marketing, finance, and data analysis. Companies are also looking for employees with communication, business management and problem solving skills. “In this environment, continuous learning and investing in new skills is essential for job seekers to get them back on their feet,” Karin kimbrough, chief economist at LinkedIn, told a news conference. < / P > < p > LinkedIn will also help job seekers prepare for interviews by showing frequently asked questions about product management, marketing and sales. LinkedIn says using opentowork and its associated photo frames can help remove the stigma of unemployment. Microsoft estimates that 250 million jobs will be lost worldwide this year. Citing data from the international labor organization, LinkedIn said the covid-19 pandemic has left more than 140 million people unemployed and another 1.6 billion at risk. LinkedIn said more than 15 million people had joined LinkedIn in the past quarter, with an average of three users employed per minute. Spontaneous combustion at a Guangzhou Motor vehicle intersection and other traffic lights in Shenzhen