The job post will only go live after passing the review, and you can’t edit your job post until the review is complete. Once the review is done, you’ll get an email stating the result of the review.
How Much Does It Cost to Post a Job on LinkedIn?
Using the steps outlined above, posting a job on LinkedIn will cost you nothing.
However, unless you promote the post, you’ll only be able to post one job at a time, and your free job post will only last 30 days. After then, LinkedIn will pause it, and you’ll need to pay before it goes live again.
LinkedIn uses a pay-per-click model for job posts, so the cost of promoting a job on LinkedIn lies in your hands. You can use a daily budget or total budget plan to promote your job posts.
Daily budget: The job post will keep running every day until you close it. For example, if you set a daily budget of $20, LinkedIn won’t charge you more than $20 daily.
Total budget: LinkedIn won’t charge you more than your total budget. For example, if your total budget is $450, your job post automatically stops once it spends $450.
When you promote your job post on LinkedIn, you won’t be charged if a user views the post. You’ll only be charged once if a user clicks on your post. You also won’t be charged if your employees on LinkedIn view your job post.