Things your LinkedIn writer should consider

Things your LinkedIn writer should consider And stay away if they don't. By Jacquie Liversidge Getting your LinkedIn worked on is a bit of a different process to getting your resume worked on. Why the approach is different: Audience: Your LinkedIn is likely public, and accessible to anyone at any time.So unlike your resume, you don't choose who gets to see it and when they see it.Your writer should be asking you what the purpose of your LinkedIn is, what you are hoping to…

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Is LinkedIn any good for getting a job?

Is LinkedIn any good for getting a job? That thing that we all hate-- it might actually be a good thing. By Jacquie Liversidge Short answer—it depends.Long and winding answer—yes; all opportunities to bolster your online appearance in the inevitable google search by your prospective employer are very welcome indeed.What LinkedIn offers:Most people I speak to hate LinkedIn. It's a pain.But the great thing about LinkedIn from the perspective of employers is the consistency. Employers don’t need to pore over a range of different…

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