Search and use resumes by people who got hired by the world’s top companies.
Recruiters expect you to have both a resume and LinkedIn profile when applying to a next job.
Sounds like twice the work, doesn’t it? After all, your resume probably contains much of the information they can already find in your LinkedIn profile.
It doesn’t have to. Now you can download your painstakingly optimized LinkedIn profile to your computer. And convert it into a beautiful resume.
We’re going to use a simple online resume builder to do this. It’s called Kickresume and it makes the whole process stupidly easy.
But if you think this short how-to sucks and want something better, check out this video. It might help you out:
Sign up to Kickresume and turn your LinkedIn profile into a stunning resume in a blink of an eye. This is how:
Finally, customize your new resume to your liking. Select one of the 50+ designs, change fonts and colors, or edit its contents. In other words, make sure it’s good.
Ultimately, you’re going to create something nice:
Great. You’ve converted your LinkedIn profile to a resume. But how do you edit it?
Remember, your resume should not contain every bit of information your LinkedIn profile does. They’re different. Keep these differences in mind when polishing your newly converted resume:
When in doubt, consult this database of resumes written by people who got hired by Google, Nike, Apple and all those other companies everybody admires.
If you want to learn more about how to write a perfect resume, I recommend you this ebook. It’s nicely illustrated and teaches you everything you need to know to get hired fast.
Finally, if you think your LinkedIn could use some polish, this guide has you covered.