Fix the Worst Mistake in Your LinkedIn Headline in 120 Characters or Less | The Job Search Podcast

Episode 37 July 19, 2018 00:05:53
Fix the Worst Mistake in Your LinkedIn Headline in 120 Characters or Less | The Job Search Podcast
The Job Search Podcast, with Amy L. Adler
Fix the Worst Mistake in Your LinkedIn Headline in 120 Characters or Less | The Job Search Podcast
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Show Notes

Did you know that including your employment status in the most important element of your LinkedIn profile, the one that convinces readers to click through to your profile? In this episdoe, you'll discover what your LinkedIn profile is really telegraphing if you state outright that you are an executive searching for a new opportunity. What message are you sending to those people looking at your profile? You don’t stonewall a potential lead with a sign that says, “do not enter.” Topics covered in "Fix the Worst Mistake in Your LinkedIn Headline in 120 Characters or Less" - Executive Job Search - Job Search - LinkedIn - Career Change

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