Ready for more tips on how to highlight accomplishments on your resume? Here goes.
1. Use numbers: Why use numbers on your resume? Think of it like this: nothing sells on a job hunt like "Increased sales by 99.9%", or "Generated more than $250,000,000 in revenue in Q1," or even "Marketing campaign to fight lung cancer contributed to a 100% rise in survival rates." That's what you want to think in terms of when using numbers.
2. Resume Guide: CareerOneStop.org has a neat article on highlighting accomplishments here.
Here's one more:
3. Show off victories off the job: You don't have to actually be at work in order to highlight accomplishments on your resume. Here are some ways on how to do just that here, courtesy of fedsmith.com.
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