I definitely don’t have enough pictures taken of myself to have a decent choice in any case.
There aren’t many other photo’s of me that I would deem suitable for Linked In upload either.
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However, I draw a line at pictures of your entire family. There are times when it is offensive to me, that a person’s skills and commercial capabilities are overlooked in such an overt way.
If I had half the amount of power that the men of Linked In gave me, I’d probably be running the country. However, I seem to possess this online presence on Linked In that I don’t possess in real life. I stumble across many articles on Linked In based around the topic of the profile picture.