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With all the changes LinkedIn has rolled out in recent months, what’s a job seeker to do? Are you frustrated because as soon as you figure LinkedIn out, more changes pop up to learn about? All those profile changes can be overwhelming. Well, take a deep breath, relax, and read my newest blog post 7 LinkedIn Changes That Take Priority for help in determining which changes are most important. What even makes a LinkedIn change a big deal or not? Why worry about what LinkedIn is up to? Assuming you’re on LinkedIn to be found, anything affecting how easily you can be contacted would be of utmost importance to address. Just know that, when deciding where to start to bring your profile back to optimal, you’ll want to first consider your ultimate goals for LinkedIn and how you want to promote your personal brand. That will help you in deciding what LinkedIn changes should be a priority for you. Most job seekers will want to start in one of seven places and I’ll briefly address them all. Plus, I link to some great resources for more info on the complexities that will give you everything you need to know to make your profile well-branded and visually appealing. READ FULL ARTICLE ► Photo Credit: Shutterstock

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