Howie Appel is talking on Legal Nurse Podcast about something that’s important in terms of how you present your credentials to your clients and your prospects. How do you write your résumé and write your profile on LinkedIn. Howie Appel can address both of those questions. He has experience helping others in presenting their credentials in the most polished way.
He graduated from Northeastern University and received his BS in Human Resources Management. A Vietnam Era Veteran He served in the USAF working as a recruiter for several firms throughout Central Florida for 25+ years he followed Linkedin “religiously” and began showing others how to do their resumes and Profiles so they would be able to get interviews.
Listen in as Pat Iyer and Howie Appel chat about these points
- How many pages should my resume be?
- What are the terms on a resume that are now antiquated and why
- What should you include in your Summary?
- What should my picture look like on the LinkedIn Profile?
- What do you mean by a “customized” URL on the Profile?
- Should I leave dates off my education on LinkedIn?
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I’m a resume writer and LinkedIn Expert. Originally from Boston, I went to Northeastern University and received my BS in Human Resources Management. A Vietnam Era Veteran I served in the USAF. I worked as a recruiter for several firms throughout Central Florida for 25+ years I followed Linkedin “religiously” and began showing others how to do their resumes and Profiles so they would be able to get interviews.
My wife, Marla, was diagnosed with kidney cancer in 1999. She fought it for 17 of our 40 years together, passing in 2016. Prior to her passing she encouraged me to build on my career in recruiting and my knowledge of LinkedIn. I have two children, a daughter in Tacoma, Washington and a son in Lake Mary. I have 5 grandchildren.