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 A new page version is sleeker and more user-friendly. Switching and navigating between a Facebook career page and a profile page is simple and this article is going to take you through it.

You will get more interactions with various public personalities, manufacturers, and people with access to the news feed, follow various public figures, manufacturers, and friends to populate your news feed with topics that interest you.

Your new Facebook career page's news feed may be different from your profile. On the new page, you can observe exclusive pages and profiles to curate a distinctive experience for your news feed. This news feed will be visible to anybody with complete manipulation.

Facebook Career Page

How To Convert A Facebook Career Page To A Profile

You must be the admin of the Facebook career page you want to covert.

Once you've created your new page, you'll have full access to Facebook.

Create a new page using a desktop.

To create a new page from your existing page on your desktop computer, follow these steps:

If you are eligible, you will see a message on your classic page introducing new pages.

Click the "Get Started" button.

Next, click the button.

When you're finished, click "Publish."

Create a new page.

To create a new page from your classic page on your mobile device, follow these steps:

  1. Go to the page you want to convert to a new page.
  2. Go to Page Settings.
  3. Select "New Page Experience."
  4. Select "Get Started."
  5. Press the Next button.

New features On completion:

  1. News Feed on the Features Page
  2. Page Administration
  3. New Facebook Career Page Tools for viewing and insights
  4. Changing the page's settings or removing it
  5. Permissions are granted
  6. All material, associated accounts, and advertisements are managed.
  7. Reacting to comments
  8. Organizing events
  9. People being removed or barred from the page
  10. Observational insights
  11. Managing all content and advertisements
  12. Answering direct messages and remarks
  13. Likes on the Page

Page likes will not be available on new pages and will not be carried over. This means that anyone who "Likes" your page but does not "Follow" will not be able to see posts from your page in their news feed. In other words, anyone who simply "Liked" your Facebook career page will not be immediately converted into a "Follower"—they must "Follow" the page themselves.