9 Things Recruiters Search for on LinkedIn (2023)

Eight hundred thirty million.

There are 830 million professionals using LinkedIn.

That’s 830 million professionals with profiles with which you’re competing for attention—the attention of recruiters who are searching for specific answers on LinkedIn when hunting for candidates to fill their job openings.

That’s a lot of competition. And LinkedIn doesn’t give you a whole lot of space to sell yourself beyond a bio, a box of skills, and a list of your current and previous experiences.

So what are recruiters looking for when they look on LinkedIn for potential job candidates? We decided to ask them.

Here, LinkedIn recruiters and C-suite execs talk about what they’re looking for when they turn to LinkedIn for their hiring needs.

Increase your chances of getting a job on LinkedIn with these nine tips.

A professional headshot

First things first, you need a professional headshot. This should be a professionally taken (or at least a professional-looking) photo of you that gives recruiters and anyone looking to hire for a job role a sense of who you are.

“A professional headshot indicates that the person is serious about their career and presents themselves well online,” says Shaun Martin, the CEO ofDenver Home Buyer.

Be sure that your headshot fits your industry, however. If you’re someone who works in a creative field, wearing a very business-formal outfit for your LinkedIn headshot might send the wrong message. And vice versa. If your job requires you to dress formally, and you wear something informal in your photo, it might not give recruiters the sense that you’re serious about your work.

Your photo should be of you and only you. It should be up-to-date and clear, as well.

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A compelling headline

Your headline is the professional title you give yourself that sits below your headshot.

“When a potential employer sees your headline, they get an idea of how you consider yourself professionally,” says Candice Moses, the CMO ofInformation. “Just your present title and sector aren’t enough for a prospective employer; you should aim for something more distinctive. As a result, take advantage of your headline to set yourself apart from the competition.”

In fact, all of your headlines should be engaging—not just your main one. Each experience headline should accurately reflect your title or former title based on industry expectations (not what your employers have labeled you).

“Different organizations refer to the same roles in different ways,” Moses says. “Your job title on LinkedIn should reflect what your industry calls your position, not what it is named within your company.”

A to-the-point summary

Your summary should be one of the first things a recruiter reads on your LinkedIn, as it pops up at the top of your profile.

“As a recruiter, I mainly search for a combination of job titles, skills, and other keywords to find the right candidate for the job—so a LinkedIn summary that is keyword-rich is bound to stand out and score an interview,” says Mimi Paul, a systems operator for the recruiting firm,Starkflow.

Because LinkedIn shows the first three lines of your profile summary before recruiters can click to see more, she says that it’s imperative that the first 300 characters of your summary need to be strong enough to grab her attention and make her want to learn even more about you.

“In the profile summary, the candidate should add context to their career trajectory, show off accomplishments, and add what makes them great at their job,” she explains.

However, it’s easy to get carried away—or even feel a little lost—when it comes to writing your summary.

“This is where the majority of people go astray,” Moses says. “The summary is where you explain what you do, what you hope to accomplish, and what you bring to the table in your professional life. Keeping in mind thatLinkedIn is a professional networking siteis essential. Nothing that isn’t directly related to your job hunt should be included.”

Endorsed skills and recommendations

“Endorsements and recommendations from others vouch for the person’s skills and qualifications,” Martin explains.

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Plus, when people take the time to endorse skills on your profile or leave recommendations for you, it shows that you’re appreciated by your peers. And Thomas adds that recruiters “want to see if candidates are well-liked and respected by their peers.”

Of course, recruiters can only take others’ word for a candidate so far. But this is an important step in deciding whether or not they want to carry on with an interview to see for themselves.

“It’s difficult to gauge someone’s entire personality through a single LinkedIn profile—so, I try not to base my judgment on it until I interview the candidate… Still, what stands out to me the most is the person’s experience,” says Patrick Wilson, the Hiring Director ofSkillCourses, noting that he also reads the recommendations that others have given candidates based on those experiences. If they’re positive, he’ll move forward with scheduling an interview to really see how passionate they are.

Relevant experiences

Your experiences are the big one.

“When looking at a job candidate’s profile on LinkedIn, the first thing recruiters will look at is their skills and experiences,” says Brenton Thomas, founder, and CEO ofTwibi. “They want to see if the candidate has the right skill set for the job they are applying for.”

But filling out your experiences isn’t just about quickly filling out the fields. You want to make sure that you carefully color your whole profile.

“A complete profile shows that the person is willing to put in the extra effort to present themselves well on LinkedIn,” Martin says. “A complete profile also allows you to get a better sense of the person’s professional background and qualifications.”

A completed profile should paint the whole picture for recruiters. They should be able to get a sense of who you are, not only as a professional but also as a person.

“When I’m looking for good candidates for a position on LinkedIn, I’m looking not only for relevant experience and job skills but also for a sense of who this person is and what motivates them,” says Josh Snead, CEO ofRainwalk Pet Insurance. “It’s important to find someone who will fit not only the job but also the company culture.”

What stands out to him the most is a LinkedIn profile that goes beyond listing skills and experience, he says. He also wants to be able to read from it the values you hold “in the workplace and beyond.”

John Ricco, the co-founder ofAtlantic Group, agrees that “injecting a little personality into your profile” helps recruiters “see a little humanity through the professional veneer.” Just remember to keep it all concise. Complete doesn’t have to mean clutter.

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“The first and most important thing to do is to build an outwardly ‘professional’ looking profile and to keep it updated,” he says. “Your profile should also feature a clear, but most importantly concise, title so that I can quickly evaluate what you do and the industry you work in to work out if you might be a good fit. I will not be reading through paragraph after paragraph to try and work out if I want to reach out to you or not.”

Industry involvement

Industry involvement can mean engaging on the platform by posting, being active in groups, participating in discussions, and more.

“LinkedIn recruiters also want to see how engaged the candidate is with their network—they want to see if the candidate is active in groups and discussions and if they are regularly sharing relevant content,” Thomas adds.

After all, activity suggests openness to opportunities.

“Active users are more likely to be engaged with their professional networks and are generally more open to new opportunities,” Martin explains. And that’s precisely the kind of image you want to create for yourself.

Strong connections

“Another important factor that LinkedIn recruiters will look at is the connections the candidate has,” Thomas says. “They want to see if the candidate is connected to any influential people in their industry.”

Martin agrees, suggesting that “a strong network indicates that the person is well-connected and has a good reputation within their industry.”

One surefire way to establish strong connections and networks on LinkedIn is by branding yourself well and surrounding yourself with professionals in your space.

“When looking for job candidates on LinkedIn, I am looking for people who have a strong online presence and are active in the LinkedIn community,” says Jie Min, CTO atAirgram. Part of this for Min means finding candidates who seem to have a strongpersonal brand—as well as an ability to articulate that personal brand well. “I look for people who have a strong network of connections and are well-connected within their industry.”

One thing to remember, Phillip Imler, the founder, and president of theGlobal Alliance of National Parks, adds is that you can learn a lot from different people. Connecting with them can open up doors.

“I can’t emphasize enough how critical it is to understand the art of networking with others—it is one of the best strategies for capturing the attention of hiring managers as it implies that you are an authoritative expert in your field,” he says. “Increase your network and get to know more people by researching industry organizations, connecting with people on LinkedIn, or joining a community.”

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You can begin by reaching out to people in your close circle. From there, he recommends gradually expanding and exploring other reliable networks. He also suggests hosting webinars, joining local groups, or creating blogs to help establish yourself as a thought leader in your industry.

Up-to-date information

Make sure all of the information on your LinkedIn is up to date—still relevant and accurate.

“As recruitment partners, our remit is to find candidates who are the best technical and cultural match for a role,” says Tony Tynan, operations director atBerkley Recruitment. “Naturally, it is those candidates who dedicate time and effort into maintaining their profiles that stand to benefit the most from LinkedIn. To give yourself the best chance of catching the eye of a recruiter/hiring manager in your field, make sure to complete all the sections of your profile and keep it up to date.”

Because LinkedIn is frequently launching new features, Tynan also advises you to make use of them so you can stand out from the crowd. For example, he suggests you try adding the name pronunciation tool, personal pronouns, or a cover story.

Longevity

Longevity refers to staying with one company or within one industry for an extended period of time. Even if you don’t have longevity to prove with a company, there are ways that you can show your commitment to your field through volunteer work, group activity, and more.

“We are looking for longevity,” says Nate Nead, CEO ofRecruiters. co. “[Being] with a company for multiple years is a great signal as to whether they will turn out quality work for one of our clients. It also shows at least some level of employer loyalty. Apart from a resume or a great LinkedIn profile, longevity is one of the things I pay attention to the most.”

After all, demonstrating longevity offers some indication that you can stick around with your new employer, too.

“The first most important thing that you are looking for while hiring new candidates through LinkedIn is their long-term potential,” says Leslie Radka, the founder and hiring manager ofGreatPeopleSearch.

If you’re not sure where to get started with your own LinkedIn, check out our resources on sprucing up your profile. We tell you everything from commonLinkedIn mistakes to avoidto how tomake your LinkedIn next-level.

You can also check out our webinar, “3 Secrets to Building Your Career Through Networking on LinkedIn.”

FAQs

What keywords do recruiters search for? ›

5 keywords employers are searching for in your SEEK profile
  • Job title. Employers search for candidates whose experience best matches the role, so a good way to get noticed is to use the most typical name for your job title. ...
  • Skills. ...
  • Industry. ...
  • Role preferences. ...
  • Career level.

How do you get spotted by recruiters on LinkedIn? ›

How to get noticed by recruiters: 6 techniques
  1. Build a detailed LinkedIn profile. Every worker should know the value of LinkedIn. ...
  2. Create a personal website. ...
  3. Make a professional Twitter account. ...
  4. Create a profile on relevant job boards. ...
  5. Write an industry-specific article. ...
  6. Join industry-specific organisations.

How do you stand out on LinkedIn search? ›

Part one: Eight top tips to make your LinkedIn profile stand out
  1. Upload a suitable photograph. ...
  2. Create a personal URL. ...
  3. Update your profile. ...
  4. Stay active on LinkedIn. ...
  5. Share your organisation's content. ...
  6. Write your own articles. ...
  7. Don't be too descriptive. ...
  8. Request recommendations from colleagues.

What are the top job search titles for recruiters? ›

Comment below if you have a title to add!
  • Campus Recruiter.
  • Campus Recruitment Manager.
  • Candidate Attraction Specialist.
  • Candidate Attraction Specialist.
  • Chief People Officer.
  • Chief Talent Officer.
  • College Recruiter.
  • Contingent Workforce Manager.
8 Jun 2016

How do you attract recruiters attention? ›

The Golden Rules to Attracting a Recruiter's Attention on...
  1. Let Recruiters Know You're Open to Opportunities. ...
  2. Endorse Others & Post Recommendations. ...
  3. Complete Your Profile. ...
  4. Be Searchable. ...
  5. Choose a Professional Profile Photo. ...
  6. Build Your Network. ...
  7. Share Content. ...
  8. Focus on Your Headline.

What skills do recruiters look for on LinkedIn? ›

To attract recruiters and hiring managers, your LinkedIn profile will need to show key soft skills including:
  • Adaptability.
  • Collaboration.
  • Creativity.
  • Persuasion.
  • Time management.
  • Leadership.
  • Initiative taking5.
15 Aug 2022

How do I get noticed by recruiters on LinkedIn 2022? ›

20 steps to a better LinkedIn profile in 2022
  1. Choose the right profile picture for LinkedIn. ...
  2. Add a background photo. ...
  3. 3. Make your headline more than just a job title. ...
  4. Turn your summary into your story. ...
  5. Declare war on buzzwords. ...
  6. Grow your network. ...
  7. List your relevant skills. ...
  8. Spotlight the services you offer.

Do recruiters actually reach out on LinkedIn? ›

Since power at the bargaining table has shifted away from hiring companies toward job seekers, recruiters are increasingly reaching out through LinkedIn to woo potential candidates. If you're on LinkedIn, there's a good chance you'll receive a message from a recruiter at some point.

How do I get noticed by recruiters? ›

Here are five ways to get noticed by recruiters.
  1. Show no fear. “The best way to stand out to recruiters is to stand up to them” says Joseph Terach, CEO at career services firm Resume Deli. ...
  2. Communicate. Knowing what you want is a great way to stand out, Terach says. ...
  3. Be honest. ...
  4. Highlight your tenure. ...
  5. Let yourself shine.

What is the 5 3 2 rule in LinkedIn? ›

The rule states that for every 10 updates you post to a social media channel: 5 should be content from others, relevant to your audience. 3 should be content from you, relevant to your audience—and not a sales pitch. 2 should be personal, non-work related content that helps humanise your brand.

What are the 7 steps in LinkedIn? ›

These will make a difference in being discoverable for new opportunities.
  • Select the RIGHT profile picture & background image. Selecting the RIGHT profile picture is important. ...
  • Make a custom URL. ...
  • Strategic experience summaries. ...
  • Refine skills and endorsements.

What does the 4 1 rule as it applies to using LinkedIn? ›

This rule says that for every six posts you create on your social media channels, four posts should entertain or educate, one post should be a “soft sell” and one post should be a “hard sell.” Let's take a closer look at how you might use the 4-1-1 rule.

What is the #1 job search strategy? ›

Networking is the top strategy.

This is the way many people land a new job. LinkedIn has made networking easier as you can search your all connections and easily send them a message. Inquire about their company, ask for some insider information, or help with an opening you want to apply for.

What to do to impress recruiters? ›

How to Impress a Recruiter
  1. Prepare a Resume. While the position you are applying for may not require a resume, it is still a great idea to have one with you when you meet a recruiter. ...
  2. Dress Appropriately. The way you dress says a lot about you and your career/job goals. ...
  3. Have Questions. ...
  4. Be Punctual.

How do you hit targets in recruitment? ›

Strategies to Achieve Your Recruitment Goals
  1. Build out your employer brand. ...
  2. Enhance your career page. ...
  3. Improve the quality of your job descriptions. ...
  4. Build a talent community. ...
  5. Invest in Candidate Matching Tools. ...
  6. Up your recruitment marketing efforts.
19 Jan 2021

What is an attention grabber in recruiting? ›

At its essence, it's an advertisement that promotes a role at your organization, demonstrates your workplace culture, and solidifies your organization's brand. With a properly-written ad, you grab people's attention and don't let go. That's the theory, at least.

How do I choose my top 3 skills on LinkedIn? ›

To reorder your skills:
  1. Click the Me icon at top of your LinkedIn homepage.
  2. Click View Profile.
  3. Scroll down to the Skills section and click the Edit icon.
  4. Click the More icon on the upper right of the Skills page.
  5. Click Reorder from the dropdown.

What are high demand skills? ›

What are the skills required for high-paying jobs? They are Soft Skills, Algorithms Designer, Cloud Computing, UI Designer, Online Frameworks, Software Computing, and more.

How do recruiters get attention on LinkedIn? ›

Here are the best ways to optimize your profile to catch a recruiter's attention:
  1. Fill out the summary section. ...
  2. Upload a good photo. ...
  3. Add your location. ...
  4. Include your educational background. ...
  5. Specify your industry. ...
  6. List your current position. ...
  7. Don't forget to add your skills.
27 Mar 2017

How do I become top candidate on LinkedIn? ›

You'll only appear as a top candidate if you're considered to be in the upper 50% of all applicants for at least one currently open role on the site. For that to happen, the position needs at least 10 applicants, and your profile will be compared to the other LinkedIn users who have already applied.

Why do recruiters ghost you on LinkedIn? ›

If you got ghosted by a recruiter, it may be because they decided not to move you along in the process, but also don't have any specific feedback or reasoning to justify it.

Why do recruiters ghost you after reaching out? ›

Changes in priority, busy schedule, the influx of internal referrals, or simply lack of professionalism may result in ghosting by the recruiter. So don't take it personally. And if a recruiter has ghosted you, don't get disheartened but accept that this is a part of the job-hunting game.

Do recruiters decide if you get the job? ›

And while the recruiter manages the process, it's the hiring manager who actually closes the deal. So, hiring managers are the decision-makers; they have the final say as to who gets hired and who gets rejected.

How do you cold reach out to a recruiter? ›

Cold emails that get responses are always short, specific, and concise. That is because it makes it much easier for the recruiter to read and respond to your message.
...
2. Keep it Short
  1. A one-sentence introduction.
  2. A short paragraph explaining who you are and why you are reaching out.
  3. A specific call to action.

What does 2+ mean on LinkedIn? ›

2nd-degree connections - People who are connected to your 1st-degree connections. You'll see a 2nd degree icon next to their name in search results and on their profile. You can send them an invitation by clicking the Connect button on their profile page.

Does LinkedIn have a 20% rule? ›

Take Advantage of Text Overlays

Unlike Facebook's 20% text overlay rule, LinkedIn does not limit your ability to overlay text on your creative. This is a crucial element to having effective creative on Linkedin.

What does the 1 2 3 mean on LinkedIn? ›

When you are visiting linkedin profiles, you can notice that there is the 1st, 2nd, or 3rd symbol next to the name of the person. This indicates what is your degree of connection with this person.

What are the unwritten rules of LinkedIn? ›

I'm here to break the silence and tell you a few of those unwritten LinkedIn etiquette rules.
  • Accept invitations immediately. ...
  • Don't mark a person as “I don't know” unless you think they are having a negative impact on the network. ...
  • Don't invite people to LinkedIn. ...
  • Customize your invitations.
21 May 2015

What are the pillars of LinkedIn? ›

With a whopping 740 million members and counting, it's one of the best places to reach your target customer base. The answer lies in four pillars of content creation that will help you create high-quality content that ranks well in search engines: originality, relevance, engagement, and relevancy.

What are the 3 dots on LinkedIn? ›

The 3 dots appear on the profile of someone you are connected with and provide several powerful choices: Remove Connection, Report/Block, Unfollow, Request a Recommendation and Recommend. Lets discuss the functionality of each.

Do and don'ts on LinkedIn? ›

Do's of Linkedin
  • Profile Picture: Many people ignore this crucial aspect. ...
  • Tailor Your Messages and Requests: LinkedIn has its own features of sending default messages. ...
  • Connect with Hiring Managers: This is a simple formula. ...
  • Be Honest About Your Profile and Experience: This world is very small.

What does 3+ mean on LinkedIn? ›

3rd-degree connections have the 3+ icon. These are the people who are connected to your 2nd-degree connections. If their full first and last names are displayed, you will be able to send them an invitation by clicking Connect.

What are the 3 R's of job search? ›

The Three Rs
  • The three R's of résumé writing are Research, Research, Research. You must know what the prospective company does, what the position involves and whether you will be a fit, before submitting your résumé. ...
  • Research the company. ...
  • Research the position. ...
  • Finally, research yourself.
15 Dec 2019

What are the 5 phases of a job search? ›

Five Stages of the Job Search Process
  • Establish Your Career Objective.
  • Prepare Job Search Tools.
  • Find Hiring Companies.
  • Network (Social and Face-to-face)
  • Interview.
21 Mar 2012

What are the three principles of job search? ›

The 3 Principles:
  • 1.0 - Market Realities.
  • 2.0 - Search Execution.
  • 3.0 - Inner Game.

What are smart goals for recruiters? ›

This means ones that are Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Relevant, and Time-based — and, at the end of the day, help all of your recruiters streamline and automate their work and empower them to optimize their performance thanks to accessible and actionable data.

What 3 skills does a great recruiter need to be successful? ›

What skills do you need to be a great recruiter?
  • Good communication. Conversation is the backbone of what makes this industry work. ...
  • Active listening. An essential part of good communication is listening. ...
  • Resilience. ...
  • Tenacity. ...
  • Efficient organisation.

What are LinkedIn key words? ›

The words that appear many times are your keywords. These are the keywords that the hiring manager or recruiter is looking for on the LinkedIn profile of potential job candidates. These are the words they are searching for on LinkedIn.

What are 5 most important highlights in a resume your answer? ›

Key Elements of a Resume
  • Personal Information.
  • Objective.
  • Education.
  • Work and Related Experience.
  • Awards and Honors.
  • Activities/Hobbies.
  • Skills.
  • References (3-5 people)

What type of resumes do recruiters prefer? ›

The chronological format is the most recognizable and traditional format for resumes. It is preferred by most recruiters and hiring managers because it requires less guesswork than other resume formats. In a chronological resume, your experience is laid out in a familiar and easy-to-understand manner.

What should I put for keywords on a job application? ›

There are two main categories of keywords the recruiters or managers are looking for: (1) job-related skills and (2) action verbs. Job-related keywords describe your primary skills (both hard and soft) and your core qualifications for this particular job.

What keywords do you look for in job descriptions? ›

Keywords in job descriptions are most typically certain skills or software that companies want you to understand how to use. Keep an eye out for any specific program that is required, as well as any language proficiency, or any other skill like supervising staff.

What do I put for job keyword? ›

Resume keywords and phrases are specific abilities, skills, expertise and traits recruiters and hiring managers look for in a candidate. Keywords consist of job-related nouns that describe your hard and soft skills and qualifications for a job. Action verbs demonstrate what you've accomplished in your past experiences.

What are good target keywords? ›

Understand that there's no "best" keywords, just those that are highly searched by your audience. With this in mind, it's up to you to craft a strategy that will help you rank pages and drive traffic. The best keywords for your SEO strategy will take into account relevance, authority, and volume.

What are searchable keywords? ›

Keywords are the words and phrases that people type into search engines to find what they're looking for. For example, if you were looking to buy a new jacket, you might type something like “mens leather jacket” into Google. Even though that phrase consists of more than one word, it's still a keyword.

What are good keywords? ›

Your target keywords need to meet four criteria — significant search volume, high relevance, strong conversion value, and reasonable competition. If any of these are missing, your SEO is likely to fizzle.

How do I grab recruiters attention on LinkedIn? ›

1. LinkedIn Headline. The profile headline is weighted heavily in LinkedIn's search algorithms as well as recruiter behavior. A recruiter is likely to begin their search with specific job titles, and candidates with a matching job title in their headline will appear higher in results.

What are the 5 key features that you have explored on LinkedIn? ›

Main Features of LinkedIn
  • Home. The home page is where you'll find current posting activity based on the people, companies and topics you follow. ...
  • My Network. Here you'll find a list of the people you're currently connected to within the LinkedIn platform. ...
  • Jobs. ...
  • Messaging. ...
  • Notifications. ...
  • Me.
21 Feb 2020

What are 5 parts to a job description? ›

Job Description Components. A job description contains the following components: job title, job purpose, job duties and responsibilities, required qualifications, preferred qualifications, and working conditions.

How do recruiters pick resumes? ›

“We look at the person's information, the summary and the work experience.” While there are some generalizations floating around that suggest recruiters only glance at resumes or CVs for a few seconds at most, she said recruiters read a resume or CV from top to bottom.

How do you write a catchy job description? ›

10 tips for crafting highly effective job descriptions
  1. Get the job title right. ...
  2. Start with a short, engaging overview of the job. ...
  3. Avoid superlatives or extreme modifiers. ...
  4. Focus responsibilities on growth and development. ...
  5. Involve current employees in writing job descriptions. ...
  6. Create urgency for the position.
23 Feb 2018

What are five key things to put on a resume? ›

Key Elements of a Resume
  • Personal Information. Name Current and Permanent address (may be omitted from a resume posted on the web) ...
  • Objective. In one short sentence summarize your goal for your job search. ...
  • Education. ...
  • Work and Related Experience. ...
  • Awards and Honors. ...
  • Activities/Hobbies. ...
  • Skills. ...
  • References (3-5 people)

How do I identify my job description skills? ›

Instructions
  1. Add the skills openly listed in the job description to your job skills list. ...
  2. Find the section of the job description that details 'duties' and 'responsibilities' ...
  3. Study the section of the job description that details 'duties' and 'responsibilities' and note the phrases that imply skills.
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