Are you bored reading your resume? Guess what? Other people are too!
Brighten it up with new language. Ditch phrases like “responsible for” and “duties include.” Instead choose sharp, descriptive action verbs to detail your professional accomplishments.
That’s right, your accomplishments. No need to regurgitate your job description. Your reader is interested in YOU - the actual PERSON behind the job. Detail how you address challenges in front of you. Share your results! In fact, lead with them in your bullet points.
Your past accomplishments indicate your future value to a prospective employer. Greet your reader with enthusiasm and your unique value.
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