By Nancy Perkins
If you do a quick search on LinkedIn, it won’t be surprising to see the names of some of the most established professionals in the world today. In fact, Bill Gates, the co-founder of Microsoft, is on the networking site. Now, you’d be hard pressed to find anyone in the working world that isn’t on it.
You’ll see company profiles complete with their history and updates on what they’re currently working on, too. Strangely enough, more and more people are using it as a way to find employment. This trend doesn’t come as a surprise seeing as how recruiters are using the site to find top talent as well. If you’re one of the individuals looking for work with the help of the internet, here are the things that recruiters want to find on your profile.
Indicators of performance should be the focal point of your profile. One of the most discouraging things that recruiters see on LinkedIn profiles is a description that is either uninspired or far too brief. There are some words that you may want to use when listing down what you’ve done and by making people who have actually worked with make endorsements.
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