A good resume is one of the most important career tools for a successful job search. A recruiter will invariably ask for it to assess your fit. A linkedIn profile can create a general interest in you as a qualified candidate. However, a resume is what is evaluated by the recruiter and then, if shortlisted, passed on to the hiring manager. It is often perceived as formal submission of your expression of interest in a job. And it is measured for your fit for a specific position. You should save at least one in your account. In fact, you should have many variations saved. That allows you to use the right one for the right job. Format in a fashion that it looks professional and creates a positive first impression. Research shows that a recruiter spends an average of less than 30 seconds looking at your resume. So spend time to make it easy to read. To help search engines, it should contain the keywords a recruiter is looking for a position. So, take your time while creating this most important marketing material for your job search.