How to Rock Your Jobsabi Profile in 4 Easy Steps
Let’s face it, in our app-centric, selfie-obsessed world, there’s a lot of pressure to capture your perfect profile pic. Call it vanity. Call it narcissism. Call it what you want. We say it’s just good ole’ self-promotion. After all, a picture is worth a thousand words and you never get a second chance at a […]
Let’s face it, in our app-centric, selfie-obsessed world, there’s a lot of pressure to capture your perfect profile pic.
Call it vanity. Call it narcissism. Call it what you want. We say it’s just good ole’ self-promotion.
After all, a picture is worth a thousand words and you never get a second chance at a first impression (and all that stuff that we have to think about when we enter adulthood and need to save face after years of drunken high school and college pictures).
What kind of first impression you want to make is up to you, of course. But after scrolling through Jobsabi, the profile pic winners were pretty clear.
So, wipe that bead of sweat off your forehead (and grab your shine-reducing powder) because we’ve got tips and actual examples of stand-out profile pictures.
SHOW YOUR FACE
If you’ve got it, flaunt it! And trust us, you’ve GOT IT no matter what your ex says. On Jobsabi, your server buddies and co-workers are going to want to find and endorse you. And if you’re in the market for a job you want to put your best face forward.
A simple pop of color is a good way to stand out when you’re scrolling through lots of profiles.
Black and white profile photos are also a great way to differentiate yourself.
GO THE RIGHT DISTANCE
Too close and we might get some nose hairs. Too far away and, for all we know, it could be a picture of your grandma. A good rule of thumb is to take it farther away so that you can crop in closer.
If you’re a real attention seeker, think about ways to grab someone’s attention and show off your killer personality.
FILL OUT YOUR WORK HISTORY
You didn’t earn all those battle scars for nothin’! After you download and create your Jobsabi profile, add a little something about yourself. Then fill out your work history by searching for your employer, adding your position and how long you worked there. There’s also a place to list out your Certificates for some additional street cred.
WRITE A BIO THAT SHOWS OFF YOUR STRENGTHS
How long have you been working in the restaurant industry? What skills have you picked up along the way? What would your coworkers likely say about you? Maybe even add what you like about working in the restaurant industry.