There is a failure in LinkedIn’s new resume builder that converts your experience, education, and related profile keywords into a printable document.
By following these directions…
…you can achieve this sample result.
The failure lies in LinkedIn’s belief that every job seeker should use the same resume. As Lauren Randa Hasson, Julie Walraven, and other career coaches will tell you, a resume should be customized, tweaked, or otherwise tailored every time it is used.
LinkedIn doesn’t give you that editable option (without starting the process all over again). LinkedIn doesn’t want you to have a word processing option. Choose your design, convert your data, and, well, if you try this you may lose out on that job opening to a competitive candidate who made his or her resume stand out.