The review is written by our best linkedin profile writers and primary based on LinkedIn’s All Star level of completion. A complete profile helps you be found by your future employers or clients. To reach All-Star status, the best linkedin profile should include:
- Your industry and location
- An up-to-date current position (with a description)
- Two past positions
- Your education
- Your skills (minimum of 3)
- A profile photo
- At least 50 connections
Your profile picture and headline are two of the most important and most viewed elements of your profile. Consider editing your headline to give a better understanding of what you are seeking. Instead of ‘unemployed at Retired / looking for work’, you could update your headline to say ‘Experienced Electro-Mechanical Technician Seeking Position’.
Use your summary section to give an overview of your career, as well the types of positions you are seeking. Consider attaching your resume here as well. This will allow recruiters and future employers to get a full understanding of your background.
To help polish your professional image, consider removing the information about being ‘bored with retirement’ in your summary and ‘if position appears. If not will spend time assisting family’. Your profile should let employers know that you are actively seeking employment instead of passively.
Your headline and summary both indicate that you are retired yet retirement is not reflected in your profile. Consider updating your experience to show from what position you are retired.
Review your profile for spelling and formatting errors. In your summary section, you have the word ‘ maitence’ that should be ‘maintenance’.
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