To delete a resume on LinkedIn:
LinkedIn provides many ways to showcase your skills and experience, including uploading your resume. However, if you are not in a job search, you may eventually decide that you no longer want your resume to be visible on LinkedIn. Whether your resume is out-of-date or you are no longer looking for a new job, and it’s no longer relevant, you can easily remove your resume on LinkedIn.
If your resume is old and you need to remove it, you can do it in the Summary section on your LinkedIn profile - the same place you may recall inserting it. Here’s how to delete the resume you attached on LinkedIn:
Now you can upload a new resume to your LinkedIn page in the Summary section.
Apart from removing the resume you uploaded to your profile, you might also want to delete the resumes LinkedIn automatically saves when you apply for a job directly on LinkedIn.
You may use different versions of your resume customized to the positions you are applying for. LinkedIn saves up to 4 of the most recent resumes you attached to job applications.
You can delete your automatically saved resumes in your privacy settings from a PC and smartphone.
This is how to delete your resume from a computer:
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If you prefer using the LinkedIn mobile app, follow the steps below to delete your resume:
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If you use LinkedIn’s option that lets you build a resume based on your profile, then you can edit your resume. Go to your LinkedIn profile, click on the ‘More’ button in the Summary section, select ‘Build a resume’, click on the three dots next to the resume and select ‘Edit’. Next, click on the ‘pencil’ icon next to each section or job position to edit it.
When you are done, click on ‘Save’ to save the updates to your resume.
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