Should the UX specialist to create a page in linkedin?

Should we create a linkedin profile for a UX researcher with a point of view:
1.job search in Russia
2.job search abroad
Colleagues-programmers saying that even after you block linkedin, they actively receive offers of employment. Whether this is true for UX professionals?
April 3rd 20 at 17:44
2 answers
April 3rd 20 at 17:46

they are actively doing deals

it's just spam, and you will be if you slapped a Java Script the word in there, what type of interfaces where you have to JS develop
April 3rd 20 at 17:48
In Russia it seems to me better to look for a job you just did on the same habré, and so on. LinkedIn under VPN it still loses in the daily eegah residing in the territory of the Russian Federation. But the profile is still there of course need to create it correctly and professionally, in the context of the active status of the applicant employment. Doubt can not be.

Here, well another thing that is not LinkedInом one, that too of course. Use Behance, Dribble and/or Codepen as platforms on which to show himself as a UX specialist and to place portfolio, work samples and so on.

Hope that helps

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