2. Hospital &
3. Construction3. Financial
2. Great Britain 3. India
4. Canada 5. Netherlands
2. India 3. Brazil
4. Great Britain 5. Canada
Male 56% Female 44%
5 Years Ago
Today, we are closer to our membership
being split 50-50 across genders.
LinkedIn membership has expanded from largely
tech- and ﬁnance-based industries to many other
major sectors including health care, construction
and education management.
Membership outside the U.S. and Europe
expanded dramatically, with Brazil moving into
the top ﬁve and India to the top two.
While 300 million members is an exciting achievement, we
have a long way to go to realize our vision of creating economic
opportunity for every one of the 3.3 billion people in the global
workforce. To read more about how we’re connecting the
world’s professionals, please check out blog.linkedin.com.
Just over ﬁve years ago,
LinkedIn had just
launched its ﬁrst mobile
app and mobile
accounted for a small
percentage of trafﬁc.
In 2014, we will hit our mobile moment,
with mobile accounting for more than 50
percent of all global trafﬁc. LinkedIn
currently has ﬁve apps: LinkedIn
(for phone and iPad), Contacts, Pulse,
Recruiter Mobile and SlideShare.
Source: LinkedIn member data 2009-2014
* of members who list an industry in their proﬁle
We now have 300 million LinkedIn members, more than half of whom live
outside of the U.S.That's enough to make LinkedIn the fourth largest country
in the world. In celebration, we took a look back to see how much our
membership has grown and diversiﬁed over the past ﬁve years. It's a helpful
reminder of not only where we've been, but also where we're headed as we
work to create economic opportunity for every professional in the world.