I'm genuinely curious as it seems like these type of posts have become the norm for the younger generation on LinkedIn, why do people post these? You're not a 5 star football recruit I couldn't care less which option you decided to pick and your thank you shade you throw at the companies you rejected. Why can't just updating your work experience on LinkedIn be sufficient? It tells the same story about the job you took and where without sounding immature. Is the motive ultimately based on the gratification given by the number of likes and comments you get or is there some other motive?
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