Jan 17, 2019 - 02:26 PM
Also, LinkedIn profiles tend to be too long—it will be difficult to fit all of your most critical LinkedIn information into a resume. On the flip side, some LinkedIn profiles tend to be too short! If you only list the job title, company name, and length of tenure for current and past jobs in your LinkedIn experience section, you’ll have some fleshing out to do if you convert your LinkedIn profile into a resume.
LinkedIn profiles sometimes tend to be more informal, and include more details of your thoughts or experiences with particular jobs. Your resume, on the other hand, needs to be tailored to the job for which you’re applying, with specific information on how you contributed to a company: "Grew sales by 25 percent by implementing referral programs and expanding the customer base . . . ." Your resume should also be in an easy-to-read format so that employers can easily determine your employers, roles, dates of employment and other criteria, such as required certifications or education.
Learn how to convert your LinkedIn profile into a resume in under a minute, and learn how to write a resume with help from LiveCareer!
Aug 06, 2018 - 04:04 AM
It only takes a minute to convert your profile into a PDF document. First, you need to go to your personal profile. You should see either a blue button stating "View profile as" or three dots by your profile picture. Click on whichever one appears for you, and when the menu bar drops down, you will see the option "Save to PDF." Once you select that, your computer will immediately begin downloading the page as a PDF profile.
Once the document has finished, it will present itself as a full resume complete with summary statement, experience section, and education section. As long as you regularly update your LinkedIn profile, you can have a first-class resume in no time.