Does your resume describe results, achievements and
accomplishments? Remember, employers want to know if you can
demonstrate your past and current accomplishments before concluding
to pick you up to the next level. Always be specific on any
accomplishment you would like to express.
When writing information in your resume, you should
ask yourself, “How does this particular information contribute
towards my overall achievement? Am I proud or not of this
achievement?” If it does not sound so, just forget it. Save the
space for something more meaningful and more useful.
To ensure that your resume gets the deserved
attention, you need to identify, and articulate your values, skills and
expertise, achievement and your confident level to the prospective employer.
Take a look at some of the free samples:
Resume sample 1
Resume sample 2
Resume sample 3
Resume sample 4
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