Choosing the right resume format means weighing a number of considerations. The job you’re pursuing, the field you’re in, your work history, your skill set, and your location are just a few of the factors that can influence your resume writing.
If an ATS (applicant tracking system) can't read your resume well, or at all, your chances of getting picked for an interview are low - even if you're perfectly qualified.
However, having a powerfully written and well-presented LinkedIn profile clearly gives you a significant advantage over other candidates for a job. It's an extension of your online brand, and recruiters can find out more about you. Some companies even ask for your LinkedIn profile URL as part of the job application and this is becoming more and more prevalent.
Provide an enticing summary that captures who you are, what you are doing and what you want from your career.
Research and include optimized keywords so that recruiting managers can easily find you.
Professionally rewrite your profile.
Demonstrate your professional personality and make you stand out from the crowd.