Have you ever wondered how long your CV should be? As you progress through your career and advance to more senior positions – your CV will naturally grow in length as you acquire more skills and experience. The more senior executives will understand that it’s tough to consolidate and condense the many years of valuable experience into a few pages. Inevitably, all the experience you acquire over your career is important. 

It’s a tough question to answer but Victoria McLean, City CV’s CEO, has the answer for you in the short video below. 

This is what you will learn from watching Victoria McLean’s part 7 “Should I change my LinkedIn headline” video:

Changing your LinkedIn headline is a must: Victoria dives deeper into why having a more creative version of your headline is beneficial. LinkedIn suggests that your headline should be your job title and your employer. However, this is what your headline shouldn’t be. Instead, your headline should be about your strengths and should be a powerful snapshot of you and what you will bring to your future employer.

The implications of having a basic LinkedIn headline: Victoria explains that just having a job title or employer’s name can make the reader get bored early on. Having an interesting headline can excite the reader and make them want to find out more about you.

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