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When it comes to job hunt, which of the above do you use and any specific reason for the same?
The linkedin CV is usually sufficient for a first impression.
If the recruiter needs any additional information, she will ask.
Later in an interview with a leader or manager, the portfolio can be useful.
It also depends on the domain you are from. Since I am from marketing, resume has always worked for me. No one has asked me for a CV or portfolio.
Hi @Sri Kumar 👋
I usually use a Resume or CV both as a hard copy and on LinkedIn. For marketing you sometimes need to dip into a portfolio which is usually via behance or a personal website but I find all three can be connected and interchangeable.
I usually go with a resume. It's a quick snapshot of my skills and work history, which is what most employers are looking for initially. I've found it effective in grabbing their attention. Moreover, when I use this cool guide (https://excalibur.guide/ai/ai-resume-writing-prompts/). Portfolios are great for showcasing specific projects in creative fields. Good luck with your job hunt!