Recruiters are actively searching on LinkedIn as we speak for product managers, IT consultants, analysts, SW architects, developers.
Here’s the biggest problem you face right now when it comes to maximizing your career potential…
It's the fact that you don't like engaging with recruiters, talking with them, explaining what you do and what's your core skill...
But without this information, recruiters can only rely on what they see on your LinkedIn profile or a CV. Which, by the way, is most likely not clear enough, not credible enough, and does not communicate your strengths quickly enough.
I'm also recruiting IT talents so I know how little time I—in my role of a recruiter—usually dedicate to one profile. Probably 5 seconds? Not more than 10 unless something really stands out.
And that's EXACTLY what you can improve right now.
Make sure your profile is clear, conscious, focuses on your strengths, past achievements, and results.
It's not easy, though, because you may prefer coding instead of doing copywriting... and improving your profile.
Maybe you've already tried and think it's already "good enough."
Well, it may be good enough. Your current job may also be good enough. But let me ask you a question...