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Are you wondering how to write a LinkedIn profile when you're unemployed? This may sound odd, but if you're unemployed, you actually have BETTER opportunities to promote yourself on LinkedIn than other users.

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While it's not so difficult to add a connection on LinkedIn when you already know the person, approaching someone you don't know, like a hiring manager, recruiter, the head of the department you want to work for, or a contact that can help get you through to the decision maker is a different story.

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Being on LinkedIn is a must today. Not only can you find recent and relevant job openings, but it also opens up the opportunity for employers and recruiters to find you, for you to do research on the company and specific individuals within the organization, and for you to build your professional network.

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Ever wonder what having LinkedIn skills endorsements say about you to employers?

Endorsements are supposed to help your profile. Yet, in some instances, it may be hurting your efforts to come off as that “perfect" candidate for the job.

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The coronavirus pandemic has thrown everyone for a loop, both personally and professionally.

Whether you were laid off because of the crisis, or are adjusting to working from home, chances are your career is being put to the test right now.

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You just got a new LinkedIn connection—woo-hoo! Okay, now what? How can you start building your professional relationship with this person so you add value to each other's network?

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