Accomplishments, accomplishments, accomplishments.
It’s probably been said over a million times (by me and other career coaches) that the most effective resumes – meaning the resumes that get interviews – are the resumes that feature accomplishments or significant contributions or career highlights.
Accomplishments are the best way to demonstrate your value as an employee and differentiate yourself from other candidates. However, it can be extremely challenging to identify these impactful moments.
With some positions and industries, accomplishments are more obvious.
For example, sales representatives and contact center professionals tend to have it the easiest because there is a focus on metrics and measurable results in these industries.
But, for other positions, it can feel impossible.
If you feel like you have no accomplishments to speak of – watch the video below and learn the 3 questions to ask yourself.
Tammy Banfield is a professional resume writer and certified career coach who specializes in helping talented and ambitious women advance their careers and find rewarding, fulfilling jobs.
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