President Barack Obama’s Tryst with LinkedIn

President Obama participated in a discussion anchored by LinkedIn CEO Jeff Weiner on Monday, Sept. 26. While the discussion took place at the Computer History Museum in Mountain View, California, the President fielded questions from LinkedIn members from Gainesville, Florida to Phoenix, Arizona.

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LinkedIn, which is an online social network for professionals, claims to have over 120 million users worldwide.

The discussion revolved around the current state of American economy, jobs market, and, in particular, the American Jobs Act .

According to the White House blog, during the discussion, the President addressed topics ranging from Social Security and Medicare to strengthening the education system and ways to jumpstart the economy.

“The President called on those who had joined the conversation to keep making their voices heard,” said the blog post, posted by Nikki Sutton.

Courtesy: www.whitehouse.gov

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