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Unfortunately, too many resumes are filled with fluff statements anyone can say and they don't really distinguish you as a top candidate.
A resume filled with terms such as "visionary" (how many of these do you really know?), "motivated," "team player," "problem solver," "r...
Replace the use of terms that describe character with specific content to demonstrate how you accomplished or achieved something. Shed some light on your method of execution. A resume should not include soft skills.
Numbers and symbols quickly jump out at employers so use them whenever you can. Resumes have their own special rules and I always show all numbers as digits as they catch the eye. Percentages are always best as they show the impact of your efforts.
The problem with writing responsibilities you held on the job is it doesn't tell an employer how successful you were at executing your plans. An employer only cares about how good you did your job and how what you did can apply to the job they are offering.
Rather than list...
Today's employers expect candidates to know basic computer skills and programs, so only list specialized technical skills that are relevant for the job. An employer does not need to see you know programs such as Microsoft Word, Excel, or PowerPoint.
Also, when you do list a...
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