Tuesday, March 17, 2020
How to Easily Upload/Download Your Resume on LinkedIn Need to add your resume to your LinkedIn profile? Or need to convert your LinkedIn to a workable resume? Have no fear! Here are easy steps you can follow to do either without any trouble. Put Your Resume onÃ Ã LinkedInIf you sign into your account, then select the Profile menu from the bar at the top, there is an option to Edit, and then from those extended options, the option to Import Resume. A pop-up will give you a chance to select your file (up to 500kb: either .doc, .pdf, or .html).In the Review Experience and Education interface, you can populate the fields and tweak the information as you need. Then simply save your changes with the botton at the bottomÃ¢â¬ ¦. and voila!Make a Resume from a LinkedIn ProfileOne option for converting your LinkedIn profile to a gorgeous resume is the program Resumonk. It takes only a few minutes and two simple steps.1. Download your profile as a PDF. Click on the Me link at the top, then View Profile. ThereÃ¢â¬â¢s a more icon (Ã¢â¬Å"Ã¢â ¬ ¦Ã¢â¬ ) in the top section of your profile, click that and then select Save to PDF. ThatÃ¢â¬â¢s that!2. Upload your PDF. If you already have a Resumonk account, simply log in and get started. Otherwise, sign up! If you have an existing resume saved to Resumonk, you can click the Edit button on the dashboard beside it. Otherwise select Create a New Resume. On the next page, thereÃ¢â¬â¢ll be a button at the top called Import from LinkedIn. This will take you to another page where you can upload your new PDF.Use the Preview Customization page to change the template, fonts, colors, spacing, etc. Then click Save Design Page Settings.b You can continue to edit your resume, or download it when youÃ¢â¬â¢re ready by selecting the download (in .pdf or .docx format) function.You can also use Resume Builder, which was created as part of LinkedIn Labs and also lets you choose a template, or edit/view in Outline form. Or DoYouBuzz, which is a very user-friendly website with both free and paid plans, giving you tons of template options and is a very smooth process as well.
Sunday, March 1, 2020
The Tin Mans Toxic Metal Makeup Ray Bolger originally was cast to play the Tin Man in the 1939 movie The Wizard of Oz. He traded roles with Buddy Ebsen, who had initially been cast to play the Scarecrow. Ebsen recorded all his songs, finished four weeks of rehearsal, and completed costuming before the filming of the movie. MGM tested several types of costumes and makeup to make the Tin Man appear silvery. They tried covering Ebsen with tin, silvery paper, and silver cloth-covered cardboard. Finally, they decided to go with white face paint coated with aluminum dust. Lung Failure and Hospitalization Nine days into filming, Ebsen started to experience shortness of breath and cramping that sent him to the hospital. At one point his lungs failed. He remained hospitalized for two weeks during which the films producer hired actor Jake Haley toÃ replace him. Haleys makeup was reformulated into a paste that was painted on. Haley missed four days of filming when the makeup caused an eye infection, but he did not suffer any permanent damage, nor did he lose his job. Still, Ebsen may have had the last laugh: He outlived both Bolger and Haley- living to the ripe old age of 95 and dying in 2003, more than half a century after The Wizard was released. Fun Fact Ebsens recording of Were Off to See the Wizard with Dorothy, the Scarecrow, and the Cowardly Lion, was used in the films soundtrack. Dont Suffer the Tin Mans Fate While there are several toxic chemicals found in cosmetics, you wont get sick wearing metallic makeup today. Safe Tin Man makeup is available, or better yet, make your own with homemade white grease paint coated with metallic glitter or Mylar.