1.Break up your paragraphs. No one wants to read a wall of text. Limit paragraphs to two or three sentences each. 2.Include information about your non-work life. List hobbies, interests, pets, family, and so on. The rest of your LinkedIn profile is informational, so let the summary show that you’re a real person. 3.Don’t use the word “unemployed.” You’re not unemployed; you’re a future lawyer/teacher/astronaut. Focus on the future.
1.Add media. LinkedIn lets you add files, images, videos, articles, or even your résumé, transforming your summary into an excellent professional portfolio.
2.Remember: Just because you can use up to 2,000 characters doesn’t mean you need to use all of them. A clear, concise summary can be just as effective as a longer one.
Placed instructional accomplishments and management. What did you observe? Put your hobbies and passions. Positioned “hard” capabilities. Put “soft” competencies. Put statements so as to snatch the company's hobby and lead them to want to invite you questions!