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It is all about results. I’ve written extensively about the importance of developing a compelling resume filled with accomplishments and results rather than job responsibilities.
Beyond just a listing of your job history with a few educational details thrown in, an accomplishment-focused resume will help you make the case that you are the solution to the needs of your target employer. The best resumes prove your potential for performance and speak to decision makers’ needs.
Employers don’t just hire employees: they hire individuals who have the compelling potential to solve their problems, surmount their challenges, make them money, and save them money. You can read more about this concept in this article I wrote that was published recently on Forbes: Resume Writing Secrets To Help You Solve The Question Of Value