LinkedIn has been around for a while, allowing its users to create a page to showcase their work experience, make connections with like-minded people and colleagues, and can be used as a landing page when you are actively looking for new work opportunities. But it’s not a resume — at least, in the traditional sense.
While many of those who are looking for new employees may jump onto LinkedIn to either see if a current connection is available or to notify all of their connections of an opportunity for work, there are far more employers who still like — and need — to see a resume in order for potential candidates to even contend for an opening.
This is where LinkedIn’s new Resume Builder comes in.
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