Project as an achiever on your resume

Project as an achiever on your resume

To beat and overcome the competitive scenario it is must to differentiate you from others is must to get standout and be an outstanding candidate. Many candidates will be having same work experience and academic qualifications but it is important to highlight yourself by listing out your achievements and professional accomplishments. Beginning from the first page should project yourself as a result oriented candidate and it cannot be underestimated by recruiters. Below tips might helpful to turnaround your resume as normal and to most accomplish one. Below tips may helpful to convert your work responsibilities as achievements:

User power verbs when you convert job responsibilities in to the achievements. Power verbs create great impression on your profile. For example if you have mentioned in your profile that responsible for sales in North and you can change it as widely spread the sales in Northern region with great results. If you have mentioned only responsibilities then it would explains only about the job responsibilities but not actually what you did as part of job. You can include powerful action verbs like led, initiated, spearheaded, controlled, accelerated, attained, conceptualized, conducted, devised, directed, drafted, executed, enhanced, established, ensured etc. These words will create positive impact and project you as more responsible and initiative. You can ask some questions to know more and put the same on your resume.

How did you save costs for the company?
How much sales have been increased?
How many new hires will you recruit?
What was the impact of new product launch?
How many campaigns will you run?
How much percentage of productivity was increased?
What was the impact of new systems or processes?
Were you able to achieve more with resources?
Did you give inputs for any technical/operational improvements?
Did you manage faster turnaround time on any project/delivery?
How did you resolve any pending issues?
How did you undertake or get selected for any training program/workshop or conference?

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