By Claire Zillman / Fortune
May 21, 2015

Hillary Clinton just did what lots of people looking for jobs do: She joined LinkedIn.

The 2016 presidential candidate, who has portrayed herself as the small business candidate, on Thursday wrote a post on the career networking site that laid out her plan for how to jumpstart small businesses.

“It’s still too hard to get a business started today,” she wrote. “Hard work is no longer enough to guarantee opportunity. Credit is too tough to come by. Too many regulatory and licensing requirements are uneven and uncertain.”

She laid out four potential fixes.

1. Cut red tape that holds back small businesses and entrepreneurs

2. Expand access to capital

3. Provide tax relief and tax simplification for small business

4. Expand access to new markets

Her campaign made light of her new LinkedIn account in a Twitter post.

This article originally appeared on Fortune.com

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