Tag: recommendations

National Experts in Resume Writing & Career Coaching

9 Tips to Getting Your LinkedIn Profile to All-Star Rating

LinkedIn continues to play a large role for those job hunting, and it’s critical to have a LinkedIn profile at an All-Star rating. If you don’t know what this means, look at your LinkedIn profile right now. Right beneath the section with your profile photo is “Profile Strength.” When you reach All-Star rating, that means…
Read more

9 Tips to Getting Your LinkedIn Profile to All-Star Rating

As social media, LinkedIn especially, continues to play a larger role in how we go about job hunting, it’s critical to have a LinkedIn profile at an All-Star rating. If you don’t know what this means, look at your LinkedIn profile right now.  Right beneath the section with your profile photo is “Profile Strength.” When…
Read more

8 Ways to Update Your LinkedIn Profile That’s Been Sitting Idle

Around the holidays, we are often reminded of how important and valuable it is to stay connected and to rekindle old professional relationships. Your professional network can help you in your career, and when needed, in your job search. So, if you have a LinkedIn profile that’s been sitting idle, it may be time to…
Read more

Where Recruiters Are Looking and Where You Need to Be as a Job Seeker

As a job seeker, it’s important to know where recruiters are looking to find talent, in order to place yourself where employers can see you. It’s one thing to simply be where recruiters are looking, but it’s another thing entirely to be ready with a well-polished resume and online presence. Let’s first discuss where recruiters…
Read more

12 Ways to Get Your LinkedIn Profile Out There to Help with Your Job Search

You may be the best talent out there for the job, but if employers can’t find you, you’re not going to get the job. This is a scenario many job seekers struggle with– how to get in front of the right employers and recruiters. Fortunately, tweaking your LinkedIn profile can help get you noticed more…
Read more