We’ve all seen those go-getter resumes with eye-popping stats and amazing achievements. But does yours seem, well, “so what?”
Watch as career coach and resume writer Dawn Rasmussen steps job seeker Kim Dildy through the process of highlighting her accomplishments as she looks for a project manager’s job. By putting the results of her work front and center, Kim adds to her resume’s value. The method: Use stories from her previous positions to highlight the skills and accomplishments most pertinent to her target job.
You can use these same techniques to front load the important stuff and make employers say “This is just who we’re looking for.”