I don’t believe so.
If you have the Notify your network button activated in your Edit Profile dashboard, all of your contacts would be notified. Being notified this way doesn’t necessarily mean that they see it though.
Using Linkedin, you could send each of the connections a message that you want to know about your updated job position but that would likely be tedious.
According to Linkedin https://www.linkedin.com/help/linkedin/topics/6073/6074/62003/sending-a-message-to-multiple-recipients?lang=en you can send a single message to up to 50 people at a time.
The downside to doing so is that each recipient can add to the conversation. So if someone were to add something negative, everyone else on the list would also see it.
If the number is relatively small, you may be better off creating a template for your message, tweak it for individuals and send out separate emails to your contacts.
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