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•Did you make money for the company? 
•Did you increase market share? 
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•What are you most proud of? 
•What did supervisors compliment you for? 
•What do your performance evaluations say? 
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The ultimate guide to making a kick-ass resume that will get you hired faster
The ultimate guide to making a kick-ass resume that will get you hired faster
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The ultimate guide to making a kick-ass resume that will get you hired faster

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This guide will walk you through the key sections of a resume:
1. Summary
2. Work History
3. Education
4. Skills
5. Extras

It includes real world examples on how to write the perfect accomplishments, quantify your past work experiences, and what words to use in your resume.

Along with real-world examples, it includes insiders tips on how to beat the corporate applicant tracking systems and stand out from other applicants.

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The ultimate guide to making a kick-ass resume that will get you hired faster

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  13. 13. 14 •Did you make money for the company? •Did you increase market share? •Did you improve your ranking in comparison to other departments, branches, or competitors? •Did you suggest any ways to cut costs in your team, department, unit, branch, or company? •Did you regularly meet all your deadlines? •Did you improve the efficiency of your job, team, or department? •How did your performance compare to prior years? •How did you rank against the competition? •How did you rank against industry averages? •What were your performance goals? Did you meet them? Exceed them? •Did you handle an increased workload? •How did you contribute to the bottom line?
  14. 14. 15 •What are you most proud of? •What did supervisors compliment you for? •What do your performance evaluations say? •What are you known for? •What do you do that others can't or don't do? •What would "fall apart" or "slide downhill" if you weren't at your job for a week? •What do you have "bragging rights" about? •Where you the first, best or most effective in any particular function or organization? Create a strong introductory sentence that highlights your most impressive achievement. Ask: •What is the most important thing I accomplished in that job? •What was I initially hired to do? Did I do it? •What major challenge was I presented with? Or what major challenge did my company or industry face, and how did I surmount that challenge? •What happened to my company or department as a result of my effort in that job?
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