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LinkedIn Profile Review: Sean [Aired 9-16-19]

LinkedIn Profile Review: Sean [Aired 9-16-19]

This week J.T. reviews Sean's profile and gives him great feedback on what he needs to do to optimize his profile. Don't miss out on this informative episode of LinkedIn Labs. Want your profile reviewed live on air? Please submit your LinkedIn Lab profile along with why you should be picked to lindsay@workitdaily.com. If you can't wait until the next LinkedIn Lab, you can view our past episodes in our LinkedIn Lab Archives.     If you'd like your profile reviewed like the lucky recipient in this video, check out our "LinkedIn Level Up" service over on CareerHMO. If you'd like an evaluation of your LinkedIn profile, resume and cover letter, check out "Am I Money?," which is a service our sister site CareerHMO provides. (CareerHMO is also owned & operated by J.T. O'Donnell.) If you subscribe to CAREEREALISM TV below, you'll get emails about all of our upcoming episodes of both LinkedIn Lab and our guest webinars! (Don't worry. If you're already signed up for our daily email list, you won't receive duplicate messages.)


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