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In the new interface of LinkedIn, the regular search bar can act as an advanced search bar on it's own by structuring your searches. Here are the instructions for that:
You can use search operators directly from the search bar to narrow your results. Search operators complement the filters found on the right rail of the results page, as well as the boolean operators AND, OR, and NOT.
There are five search operators currently supported by LinkedIn:
For example, to search for current software engineers not named Doe, who have attended either Harvard University or Stanford University, try:
title:"software engineer" NOT lastname:doe school:(harvard OR stanford)
Tips for using search operators:
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Please go to linkedin.com/search. Don't click on Advanced Search if you see it, just type your search into the box based on the format I gave above. See if that works for you.
With the parameters I gave you you can search for anyone on linked in even if you do not know them and are not connected with them yet. If you read through it again you will see that you can search by company current or prior and title, though it does not appear you can do geographic radius anymore.
Here is an article from LinkedIn that may help: https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/advanced-search-gone-new-linkedin-interface-robert-knop
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