This section comes right after the header and usually contains work experience, industries, and skills. This means it covers things you have or haven't mentioned elsewhere (look below for why repeating information can be useful). However, there are tricks that help you stand out:
1) Structure the text. Large chunks of text are harder to read, so try to make it look more reader-friendly. You can do this by using spaces, short sentences, subheadings, and lists.
2) Highlight your strengths smartly. Skip general words like "productive" or "communicative" – everyone uses those. Be specific by sharing achievements like "helped develop an educational B2C project" or "improved web API response rate." Make your profile vibrant with real experiences!
3) Demonstrate your development path. If you work with PHP but aim to specialize in Python, mention it, but only if you're actively moving in that direction and not just sharing your dreams.
4) Provide contact info (phone, email, Viber/WhatsApp, Telegram). This streamlines communication – if you're a match, you'll be contacted directly.
5) Add more details. Including social media (Facebook, Instagram), links to your own promo site, portfolio, and YouTube publications can provide deeper insights. These also validate you as a real person rather than a bot.
Compare these two profiles. The first one shows the facts, the second one doesn't give us anything useful: