Accomplishments

By: Pat Kendall

Here is an easy “ABC” formula that you can use to brainstorm and develop accomplishments for your resume:

 

ACTION: What actions did you take that benefited your employer? In short, how did your actions contribute to reducing costs, saving money, developing new business, or streamlining operations?

 

BOTTOM LINE BENEFIT: How did this action benefit the employer? If possible, build this action into a bottom-line benefit by incorporating specific quantifiable results.

 

CONCISE and CLEAR: Eliminate redundant words, streamline the writing, and make this statement as clear and concise as possible.

 

 

About the Author: Pat Kendall is a nationally certified resume writer and e-resume expert with 20+ years of experience. Pat is the author of two books on electronic resumes / online job search and contributor to The Complete Job Search Guide for Latinos. For more information, visit www.reslady.com

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