LinkedIn, the new Tinder app?

investigation – The professional networking platform is increasingly being used for romantic purposes. For better or for worse.

You may have already thought about it. This is the colleague you know by eye, and whom you would like to get to know. Or this woman, whose profile you saw online, that piqued your curiosity. “I was beaten, and I was beaten too.” Daniel*, 23, trusts. Neither on the street nor on dating sites. The young man tried everything on LinkedIn, a platform dedicated to professional networking. This practice is common: according to an American study conducted last February, 52% of participants used this method to get a date, outperforming traditional dating sites (45%). Goodbye Tinder, Bumble or Meetic. This search for love on LinkedIn could actually be related to the dating app, as 44% of French users say so. “Not satisfied”This is according to a poll conducted last fall the point.

This is how Daniel, who was tired of the classic dating platforms,…

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