Danny Rubin reports:
"When writing a LinkedIn summary, keep it basic. In a nutshell, what are you known for? What’s your identity? And how does your work help other people? It’s a useful exercise to describe yourself in less than ten seconds. Plus, it’s important to think hard about the value you add to the market. Here’s an example for a young guy we’ll call 'Lamar.' 'Every day, I protect sensitive information on thousands of people from hackers and cyberattacks.' At Lamar’s professional core, that’s the work he does AND how his work improves the lives of other people...This is no time to delve into three huge paragraphs on everything you’ve done. Keep it rolling with specific details, like:
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