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HOW TO WRITE AN ACCOMPLISHMENT-BASED AND QUANTIFIED RESUME?

No matter which industry you’ve set your professional sights on, writing an accomplishment-based and quantified resume can be tricky. Try using the Challenge-Actions-Results (CAR) approach for ways to effectively present your achievements with metrics to hiring managers. Here are examples to help you get kick-started: ❎Create queries using SQL to integrate company X’s CRM database …

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HOW TO WRITE A PRODUCTIVE & VALUE-BASED RESUME?

When employers write job descriptions for hiring, they are clearly trying to solve an organization’s problem and are looking for help in carrying out certain tasks.  So when reviewing your resume, the recruiter will be looking for clear evidence of how you would help resolve that specific problem or accomplish that specific activity. An excellent …

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ACTIONS VERBS FOR YOUR RESUME SERIES: COMMUNICATING QUANTITATIVE RESEARCH & ANALYTICAL SKILLS

You may come across a requirement such as “Possesses strong analytical skills” Or ” Skilled at in-depth research abilities” in a job description. This may leave you wondering what analytical or research skills you have, and how can you showcase them on the resume with credible metrics. Research & Analytical skills are in demand by potential …

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ACTIONS VERBS FOR YOUR RESUME SERIES: CONVEYING COMMUNICATION AS A SKILL

The ability to communicate is essential for every role. Prospective employers want to see that candidates have this skill. It is common to see resumes with a soft skills or skills section which lists communication skills under it. However, a better and more impactful way to showcase this skill instead is by using descriptive action …

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ACTIONS VERBS FOR YOUR RESUME – SERIES: COMMUNICATING LEADERSHIP

It is common for resume bullet points to start with the same old words such as managed, handles, responsible for, or assisted with. Hiring managers have heard these words over and over again. As a result, they have lost a lot of their meaning, they don’t really showcase your accomplishments and are rarely impactful. Your resume …

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