Like your resume and your cover letter, you know that a LinkedIn profile is must-have in your job search. So, it makes perfect sense for people to optimize their profile’s potential. To help you get a sense of what you can and should get across with your summary, here are three fantastic lessons (plus three great examples) to learn from.
I get it, though. It’s open-ended, and a blank canvas can be scary. To help you get a sense of what you can — and should — get across with your summary, here are three fantastic lessons (plus three great examples) to learn from.
But when you get right down to it, I’m much more — I’m a marketer, an entrepreneur, a blogger, a social media strategist and a technical geek (ask me anything about robots, 18-wheelers or applicant tracking systems, seriously).
As the Editor-in-Chief of The Muse, it’s no surprise that Adrian has racked up some impressive accomplishments. That’s not what makes her summary so interesting, though. It’s actually the numbers that really bring the huge scope of the work she does to life. Don’t underestimate what a few numbers can do to highlight your skills and experiences. 3 brilliant LinkedIn summaries that will inspire you to update yours