Have a look at what other members are writing for some inspiration, or ask your friends to describe you.
Remember that most members don’t have time to read every ad they see so tend to scan them.
A resume headline (also known as a resume title) is a brief phrase that highlights your value as a candidate.
Located at the top of your resume under your name and contact information, a headline allows a recruiter to see quickly and concisely what makes you the right person for the job.
That’s why it’s important to answer these questions accurately and honestly for the best possible chance of meeting your ideal match.
Above all, be sure to inject humour to show people how friendly, fun and approachable you are.
The goal is to concisely state your value as a candidate.
Anything longer than a phrase defeats the purpose of a headline. Capitalize the words in your headline so that it looks like a title to your resume.
Why not go with lyrics from a song that sum up your personality or attitude to life?
Alternatively, make it brief and to the point; capture your passion and character and make it easier for people to find you.